2 cents on file objects... WAS: RE: [Web-SIG] Bill's comments on
WSGI draft 1.4
janssen at parc.com
Thu Sep 2 21:52:46 CEST 2004
> 1. The write callable is only there to support "push" applications,
> where the application generates output and then pushes it through a
> channel set-up by the server/framework, thus relegating the framework to
> a kind of dumb switchboard. This sort of design is usually used in
> threaded servers, which can present scalability problems.
It's also heavily used in CGI scripts.
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