Fri, 9 Mar 2001 17:24:18 +0100 (MET)
I don't need the high performance of Medusa, but I need it to be
nonblocking, as my cgi-bin queries can take awhile. From seconds to
minutes. I would also rather like to be able embed Python into server-side
HTML as well as cgi-bin which doesn't invoke an external instance of
Python. The server doesn't need to be high-performance, but I'd like it to
be relatively small. It would be nice if the solution was also resistant
to memory leaks, but that's a little too much to ask for, given above
Does Medusa/Bobo fit the ticket? It's for a commercial product, btrw.
Or should I just take a good small http server written in C, and extend
Python with it?
Thanks for your thoughts.