[Moin-user] wiki farming and mod_python for multi lingual sites

Rick VanDerveer rickvanderveer at yahoo.com
Tue May 22 09:46:37 EDT 2007

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----- Original Message ----
From: Rick VanDerveer <rickvanderveer at yahoo.com>
To: moin-user at lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2007 8:36:42 AM
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Yes, this is absolutely possible.

I don't think there is a really clear set of instructions for doing this yet, but I was able to get it working using the examples on this page (http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/FarmQuestions).  As someone commented at the top of that page, someone should take a moment to refactor that page a little bit-- It's something I'd like to do, but haven't found the time yet.


On May 22, 2007, at 4:15 AM, Benedict Verheyen wrote:


i am going to setup several wiki's to share info on programs we use.
This needs to be done in 2 languages.

First, it tested Apache + mod_python + virtual hosts and i got that to 
work. I had a site like programname.mydomain.com.
To go multilingual, i could use something like 
lang1.programname.mydomain.com and lang2.programname.mydomain.com.

Then i read something on farming and it seemed like this is better 
suited for multilingual sites.
I can get farming to work with ScriptAlias but i would want to be able 
to use mod_python and urls like before lang1.programname.mydomain.com.

Is it possible to have wiki farming and still use mod_python (and the 
urls as specified above)?


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