fuzzyman at gmail.com
Fri Jan 2 18:40:34 CET 2009
On Jan 2, 2:49 pm, excord80 <excor... at gmail.com> wrote:
> It sounds interesting, however, after reading a bit about it, I see
> that a large part of wsgi is providing a nice interface between web
> server and webapp. I don't think I need any such interface, or at
> least, a replacement for CGI. I just need something like CGI but with
> a persistent Python so the web server doesn't have to restart python
> for every request. And I don't need need it to work with anything else
> other than Apache.
And indeed that is exactly what mod_wsgi is / does. It does a bit more
- because CGI really isn't enough for most web apps these days, but
WSGI can be used very simply.
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