[Flask] URL rewriting (url_for) issues with Flask 0.11.1 and fastcgi

Erik Lindqvist eriksmejl at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 15:52:55 EDT 2016

Thanks for the suggestions Pete!

However, just wanted to clarify that with "environment" I meant the WSGI
environment. See
I am not sure how it is passed to Flask but my guess is that mod_fastcgi is
passing it to Flask via Flup. Hence, the issue with SCRIPT_NAME being != ""
might be due to mod_fastcgi (lighttpd).
Anyone with lighttpd/fastcgi knowledge who can chime in?


On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 7:47 PM Pete Forman <petef4+usenet at gmail.com> wrote:

> Pete Forman <petef4+usenet at gmail.com>
> writes:
> > This Python code may help your diagnosis. I have used it to print
> > command lines and environment up the calling tree on Linux.
> I dusted that code down a bit too quickly. Line 14 should have been
> print() rather than a bare print statement for Python 3 compatibility.
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