Tim Lavoie tjlavoie at
Fri Sep 27 12:41:05 EDT 2002

>>>>> "Uwe" == Uwe Schmitt <uwe.schmitt at> writes:

    Uwe> Hi, I tried mod_python these days and found it quite usefull.
    Uwe> Are there any modules for handling sessions, cookies, and
    Uwe> persistent data ?

Try the Webware toolkit, it has a ton of goodies there. It's at The main piece of it that you
would want for now is called WebKit, and it integrates nicely with
Apache via a couple of different methods, depending on what works best
for you. It feels a lot like Java servlet development to me, without
some of the nuisance factor of Java. So, you have persistent servlets,
which you can reload on the fly and so on, and which have access to a
whole mess of data.

As a side benefit, there are hooks to a couple of templating
mechanisms, so you don't have to write all the "print '<html>'" bits


Testing can show the presense of bugs, but not their absence.
                -- Dijkstra

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