"cgipython" or equivalent for Python 2.1.1, NT (IIS4)?

David Ascher DavidA at ActiveState.com
Mon Oct 15 05:58:52 CEST 2001

Alex Martelli wrote:
> I've purchased an unlimited-space, unlimited-traffic, just-about-no-
> visible-support ISP account (came cheap in a bundle with ADSL to my
> home and a .it domain).  They "support" (...well... let's say, they
> *have installed*:-) ASP (meaning, I'm sure, VBScript and JScript), PHP,
> and CGI via Perl -- period.  No chance to get them to install anything
> else for me, of course -- when one buys a year's worth of unlimited
> web serving for less than the price of a decent dinner, one can't
> expect to get even a few minutes' worth of individualized support:-).
> They seem to be running Microsoft IIS 4.0 on SMP NT4 boxes, with the
> latest SP's and security hotfixes (no codered vulnerability, wow:-).

You might be able to get them to run python as an ASP active scripting


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