[Web-SIG] about WSGI adoption
titus at caltech.edu
Sun Nov 18 21:10:22 CET 2007
On Sun, Nov 18, 2007 at 09:03:23PM +0100, Manlio Perillo wrote:
-> Titus Brown ha scritto:
-> > ->
-> > -> However I still consider remarkable that there is not a "trac.wsgi" script.
-> > -> Can this be caused by the lack of a standardized deployment of WSGI
-> > -> applications?
-> > What would a trac.wsgi script contain?
-> import trac.web.main
-> application = trac.web.main.dispatch_request
So this is something that can be 'execfile'd, I guess...
-> > WSGI is a programming interface,
-> > not a script interface like CGI.
-> Right, but a WSGI server/gateway just needs a simple script to execute
-> the WSGI application.
That might be useful for some WSGI deployment techniques and less useful
for others. For example, if you're using an SCGI-based WSGI server, you
need a command-line executable; for mod_python, you probably need an
importable module with a function; for CGI, you need a CGI script; etc.
So I think you're talking about something that is very specific to your
own deployment technique. This is out of the scope of the WSGI
proposal, for good reasons -- there are many ways of configuring and
deploying WSGI apps and I don't know that we've settled on only one way.
Paste is an effort to standardize deployment of WSGI applications, I
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