HTTP/1.1 server in Python
Christopher J. Kucera
ckucera at globalcrossing.com
Tue Nov 21 15:59:01 CET 2000
Ng Pheng Siong wrote:
> Does there exist a HTTP/1.1 server written in Python?
I don't know if one exists that merely takes a static page and spits
it out via HTTP, but if you want a really great application server
that will handle unbelievably complicated things, check out Zope
Short summary: Everything's an object in a database (there's no
actual files, directories, etc) so you get to take advantage of
inheritence-like behavior (it's not QUITE the same thing; they
call it acquisition), it'll do user authentication, talk to relational
databases for you, and all sorts of yummy stuff.
Sorry for the shameless plug,
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