What does mod_python.publisher handler do?

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Mon Sep 4 08:24:20 CEST 2006

yaru22 wrote:
> I was reading Chapter 6.1 in mod_python manual at www.python.org.
> The manual simply says:
> The publisher handler is a good way to avoid writing your own handlers
> and focus on rapid application development.
> I still don't understand what this publisher handler is for.
> Can someone elaborate the above phrase with some examples please?
> Thanks in advance.
I think perhaps your reading of the documentation has been a little less 
than assiduous. Does


make it any clearer? There the examples show you exactly how to use the 
handler, and the point of providing it is to allow you to use mod_python 
without going to the trouble of writing your own handler.

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