Python ServerPages

Richard Muller rpm at wag.caltech.edu
Mon Sep 25 18:16:31 CEST 2000


Nice. How does this differ from the existing project at:
http://www.ciobriefings.com/psp/

Jon Brisbin wrote:
> 
> I hope that this can help so of you, since I've struggled with finding a
> good engine that would allow me to embed Python in my HTML pages.
> Everything I've tried so far was way too complicated to install and
> maintain.  I'm a minimalist, so my implementation is contained in only 1 CGI
> script! :-)
> 
> There is some initial documentation, as well as a download spot, on my
> website at http://www.jbrisbin.net/PythonServerPages
> 
> My implementation of PSP gives you a few goodies like Request, Form, and
> Page objects, with all the CGI environment going into the Request object
> (i.e. Request.http_user_agent , etc...).  If you're familiar with Embeded
> PERL, you should have no problems whatsoever in installing and immediately
> using PSP.  If you're not, it's not that big a deal...you get used to the
> [+..+] and [$ if Request.request_uri == "/this.html": $] ...code... [$ endif
> $] symantics really quickly.
> 
> Coming soon:  Session, Application, and a few other neato objects.
> 
> Please let me know what you think!
> 
> Thanks!
> 
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> Jon Brisbin
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