Wing in mod_python vs wsgi?

Doug Epling wdepli at mikrotec.com
Wed Feb 9 05:17:49 CET 2011


I don't know about your IDE, I am using the default IDLE just because it 
is handy.  But I have made the switch from mod_python.  It was a good 
idea, but mod_wsgi is a better idea.  And as you know, mod_python is no 
longer supported.

I am running Apache with mod_wsgi in a windows 7 environment -- I am 
working on implementing Pylons.

Also, I have another Apache server with mod_wsgi serving a MoinMoin 
wiki.  This one is on a good os -- Fedora.

On 2/8/2011 6:57 PM, Tom Stambaugh wrote:
> I'm still using mod_python to deploy my framework for production (CentOS
> running Python 2.5.5, Apache 2.2.3, mod_python 3.3.1). I'm acutely aware
> of how elderly mod_python is, and I've had some frustrations using Wing
> to debug inside it -- at least its possible, which is not true for any
> other Python IDE I've tried.
>
> Does Wing do better in mod_wsgi? Is it time for me to migrate from
> mod_python to mod_wsgi?
>
> Has anybody tried to do this (mod_wsgi and apache) in a Windoze
> environment?
>
> Thx,
> Tom S.




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