Spyce v1.3.9 released on 1 March 2002
SPYCE is a server-side language that supports simple and efficient Python-based dynamic HTML generation. Those who are familiar with JSP, PHP, or ASP and like Python, should have a look at Spyce. Its modular design makes it very flexible and extensible. It can also be used as a command-line utility for static text pre-processing.
Get it at: http://spyce.sourceforge.net
Changes since the previous release annoucement (v1.3.5): - improved built-in webserver - added support for ASP/JSP-like syntax - minor fixes and documentation updates
Change log: v1.3.9 spyceWWW web server improved - configuration options integrated into spyce.conf - handler mechanism created - defined spyce and dump handlers - reads Apache format mime-type definition files - .spy files ==> spyce handler; rest ==> dump handler - can display directory listings - configuration options added accordingly - corresponding documentation changed documentation restructured to explain common configuration file options in the runtime section fix: docs/examples/*.gif added to rpm and windows installer expanded section on how to get Spyce running under IIS via CGI
v1.3.8 user request: modified request.get/post/get1/post1/env() to accept default values (note: will break code that provided caseInsensitive parameter by position) added request.getpost/getpost1/postget/postget1/default() methods bug fixes: python 1.5 backwards compatibility issues in the following online examples: gif.spy, myPortal.spy, mysession.spy
v1.3.7 support for ASP-style delimeters -- <% %> use of Bastion eliminated, due to Python deprecation
v1.3.6 info.spy example updated to deal with implicitly loaded taglib module minor documentation fix for doc-mod_include quotes for the PythonPath in httpd.conf