Compiled version when .cgi extension is used for scripts

Bernard Niset bn at
Tue May 16 18:34:53 CEST 2000

Our site is using python extensively and very succesfully. The only thing is that I decided to name the cgis script with an extension in .cgi instead of .py. The drawback of this decision is that no compiled version is generated when a script is executed meaning that it needs a recompilation on each execution.

How can I generate a compiled version of the scripts and how should I name them in order for the interpreter to take them into account.

Thanks in advance for your help,


  Bernard Niset

  7Ways development team


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