[Web-SIG] WSGI Server implementation which runs as a Windows service
Phillip J. Eby
pje at telecommunity.com
Fri Apr 28 23:49:09 CEST 2006
FYI, Paul, I think Guido mistook your message as being in the "adding
wsgiref to the stdlib" thread. :)
As for your question, I think there's an IIS WSGI implementation. It's
also possible that Twisted or Zope have WSGI servers suitable for use as a
At 02:00 PM 4/28/2006 -0700, Guido van Rossum wrote:
>Support for Windows services is part of win32all, not core Python.
>On 4/28/06, Paul Moore <p.f.moore at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm starting to play with WSGI, and I'd really like to find a
> > reasonable WSGI server implementation which will run as a Windows
> > service. I had a go with the CherryPy (2.2.1) WSGI server, and it
> > didn't seem to play nicely with the standard run-cherrypy-as-a-service
> > code I've used before. I may have been doing something wrong -
> > pointers gratefully accepted if so, but I'm equally open to other
> > options.
> > My basic reason is to get away from mod_python - I'd like to have a
> > WSGI server service, which serves my various web applications, and
> > just use Apache as a proxy. Mounting WSGI apps on a single service
> > seems likely to be a much easier approach than wrapping every
> > application into a service with its own port, etc, etc.
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