Python with Apache on WinNT newbie question
jbauer at rubic.com
Fri Dec 29 15:58:40 CET 2000
Here's a trick I once used to maintain compatibility between
Windows/Unix CGI scripts. Create a C:\usr\local\bin directory
and copy the C:\Python\python.exe file into it.
Then use the following header line on your portable CGI scripts:
I haven't tried this kludge recently, but I think it should
Victor Muslin wrote:
> To get Apache server to run a Python CGI script, the script needs to
> have on its first line a directive telling Apache the file name of the
> Python interpreter, like so:
> # The rest of my cgi script follows
> # ....
> The problem with this is deploying this script on different machines
> that may have Python interpreter installed in different directories.
> Surely others had run into the same issue. What is a typical solution?
> Unfortunately, if this directive can take environmental variables I
> could not figure out how to do it.
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