Py + CGI or other ?
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Thu Jul 3 21:16:53 CEST 2003
Krisztian Kepes wrote:
> Hi !
> I want to substitute/replace my php site to python, 'cause
> I fall in love with Python, and not want to continue the work with php.
> A question:
> - how to I make the change ?
> So, I take an interest in Python+Web. Where I starting this learning ?
> I use php used in module, not in cgi ?
> The python can load to apache in module ?
> Or I must create an CGI library ?
> The BaseHTTPServer is good for starting an cgi development ?
> Can the python handle the session of web browsers ?
> Can the python access other db servers (not mysql) ?
I think www.python.org --> documentation and
http://www.python.org/topics/web/ has a lot of your answers.
1. Yes, mod_python. Compile Python with no threads.
2. That is one option. And I think there is a Python fast cgi module, too.
3. If it can do forms as a default, why not.
4. Don't know.
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