Python3 on the Web
timr at probo.com
Sun Mar 8 03:59:41 CET 2009
Johannes Permoser <ee_pp at yahoo.de> wrote:
>But what's the way to bring python3 to the Web?
>mod_python isn't available, cgi is said to be slow, mod_wsgi looks
Ordinary CGI has, in my opinion, an undeserved bad rap. If you're going to
be making a web site that has to handle 100 hits a second, then CGI is not
appropriate, but let's be honest: the web sites that most of us produce
have to struggle under a devastating load of about 100 hits a day.
At that level of load, CGI is perfectly workable, and it's certainly the
easiest of the choices for development and exploration.
Tim Roberts, timr at probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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