[Web-SIG] reorg of web-related modules for Python 3K
janssen at parc.com
Mon Feb 4 16:31:15 CET 2008
> I think WSGI is a better interface than any of these. BaseHTTPServer is
> a reasonable basis for building a server (wsgiref.simple_server and
> other's use it), but the subclasses are a little funky IMHO. Giving
> them the name http.server makes them seem like the Right Solution, and I
> don't think they are. They're more like server-building tools.
Yes, these classes are quite old, and have been updated only patchily
over the years. I don't use them, either. But I guess the question
is whether wsgiref.* is a better _implementation_ than any of these.
We don't really have interfaces in Python.
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