using CGIHTTPserver to test html forms
William D. Gill
wmgill at gcgroup.net
Mon Feb 23 17:14:16 CET 2004
I'll try it and let you know.
"bblochl" <bblochl at fh-lausitz.de> wrote in message
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> William D. Gill schrieb:
> >I use a notebook (win 98) because of its portability. Unfortunately it
> >very slow. When I try to develop and test python cgi scripts I use
> >as a local server, but with python, Xitami, and my text editor running it
> >becomes next to impossible to work. The keyboard and mouse are slowed to
> >painful levels. Actual execution of the webpage/script is tolerable, but
> >edit I have to stop the server. I was wondering if using CGIHTTPserver
> >would be a better solution and if anyone can give me an example script
> >(simple enough for a newbie). Every reference I see to CGIHTTPserver
> >it's good for testing your web forms, but they don't show me how.
> from BaseHTTPServer import HTTPServer
> from CGIHTTPServer import CGIHTTPRequestHandler
> serveradresse = ("",8080)
> server = HTTPServer(serveradresse, CGIHTTPRequestHandler)
> I have tried that on Win2k starting in the editor Window of IDle and
> Python will hang. (On other systems it works ok - I have not found the
> reason yet!) On my linux- system I have no problems of that kind. On a
> Windows-network I couldn`t get it to work at all.
> On my test-sytem (Win2k) it works well, if you start it from a
> DOS-Window from the DOS-Prompt by typing
> python httpd.py
> The html-files must be in the same directory a s the file httpd.py.
> cgi-files must reside in a subdirectory namend cgi-bin.
> To test for instance the html-file name.html, you start the local server
> by typing http://localhost:8080/name.html (or 127.0.0.1:8080/name.html)
> in the browser adress line.
> Best regards and good luck!
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