[Web-SIG] Naif wanting to improve CGI handling
chad at zetaweb.com
Mon Nov 27 20:13:20 CET 2006
> While reading what is already done and learning about this SIG I found
> the PEP333 that really scared me.... But it sounds like it's pretty
> mandatory to use WSGI if I want to add any layer of functionality.
WSGI is where the action is, yes. But don't let the PEP scare you: WSGI
is just a Python-specific, stackable CGI. It's just starting to get past
the early adopter phase, though, so if you're for something more mature,
you might check out the following:
neo_cgi -- I just found this today. The API is more basic than you
describe, but similar in that you're dealing with a CGI object. Not
sure if it's usable outside of Clearsilver.
jonpy -- This library hasn't been marketed very well, but the code is
good, it's lightweight, well-documented, and includes sessioning.
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