[Web-SIG] Are you going to convert Pylons code into Python 3000?
manlio_perillo at libero.it
Wed Mar 5 09:39:26 CET 2008
Graham Dumpleton ha scritto:
> Personally I believe that WSGI 1.0 should die along with Python 2.X. I
> believe that WSGI 2.0 should be developed to replace it and the
> introduction of Python 3.0 would be a great time to do that given that
> people are going to have to change their code anyway and that code
> isn't then likely to be backward compatible with Python 2.X.
Fine with me but there is a *big* problem.
WSGI 2.0 "breaks" support for asynchronous applications (since you can
no more send headers in the app iter).
I have finally implemented an extension for the Nginx's WSGI module that
give support to asynchronos applications.
I *need* it because in a application I'm developing I have to talk with
a web service on the Internet, and not using an asynchronous http client
(I'm using pycurl) is a suicide.
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