mod_python seems to be missing a file
mmichalski3 at home.com
Tue Oct 16 20:13:47 CEST 2001
Here is the apache error generated when I try to view a file named
Mod_python error: "PythonHandler mptest"
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\PYTHON21\lib\mod_python\apache.py", line 181, in Dispatch
module = import_module(module_name, _req)
File "C:\PYTHON21\lib\mod_python\apache.py", line 335, in import_module
f, p, d = imp.find_module(parts[i], path)
ImportError: No module named mptest
Here is the configuration directive in the httpd.conf file:
AddHandler python-program .py
I'm not sure what you mean by Python runtime and when the file's loaded.
I've placed the mod_python.dll in the modules directory of Apache and added
the appropriate LoadModule directive into the configuration file. When
Apache loads it tells me "Apache 1.3.20 (Win32) mod_python/2.7.4
That's the only configuration I've done with respect to Apache and Python.
Please let me know if I'm missing something.
Jan Dries <jdries at mail.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.1003176151.32729.python-list at python.org...
> MM wrote:
> > I've followed the mod_python documentation to the letter. It seems
> to be on
> > the verge of working with the one following problem:
> > from mod_python import apache
> > this is the first line of the test program you're told to write to see
> > you're up and running. The problem with this is that the apache.py
> file in
> > the mod_python package is trying to import a file called _apache. I
> > find this file anywhere and, apparently, neither can Python, since it
> > complains about it, as well. Any help on where this file can be
> found would
> > be appreciated.
> If you check the C source, you will find that the mod_python DLL itself
> export a function init_apache().
> In other words, mod_python.dll is your missing _apache.pyd. When
> mod_python.dll is loaded, the function is registered to the Python
> runtime, and from that moment on the module _apache is known to the
> Python interpreter.
> If you could tell what exactly the errors are that you get in trying to
> make mod_python work, maybe I could tell what's going wrong. But it
> certainly isn't the fact that some _apache.py(d) would be missing.
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