[Web-SIG] WSGI for Python 3
armin.ronacher at active-4.com
Fri Aug 27 01:37:39 CEST 2010
Is there a status update on that now I missed? Did something decide on
bytes for the environment values or are we still unsure about that?
From a discussion lately I had with Graham on #pocoo it seems like he
lost interest on supporting WSGI on Python 3 for the time being due to
lack of interest.
My personal pet project of actively redesigning WSGI to see if a
higher-level protocol would solve the unicode issue better failed and
was not worth the effort.
As I understand Python 3.0/1/2 will be broken for WSGI anyways so we can
stop caring about the stdlib.
CherryPy seems to be the only system currently with an actively
maintained Python 3 version of WSGI which from my understanding is based
on unicode and bytes, where unicode is seen as latin1.
At that point I don't care at all about what is decided on as long as
something is decided. Can someone please stand up and just do that? :)
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