file access in jythonc
zanesdad at bellsouth.net
Fri Sep 3 19:37:16 CEST 2004
John Howard wrote:
>Having thought the whole C thing over, python is still the way to go.
Something I've done a couple of times in the past is to follow Bruce
Eckel's "Browser as Desktop UI" model
(http://mindview.net/WebLog/log-0045). I've created a web-based
application that runs on a "client" or standalone machine. You can
either use the Python built-in SimpleHTTPServer or CGIHTTPServer, or,
preferably, one of the Python web frameworks like CherryPy that creates
a standalone server for you. I can definitely highly recommend
CherryPy. Anyway, a standalone CherryPy server running your application
would likely solve all your problems. You just have to have Python
installed and (currently) only one .py file.
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