[Pythonmac-SIG] Testing sqlite3 on python2.5 More

Samuel M. Smith smithsm at samuelsmith.org
Sun Mar 4 23:11:06 CET 2007

I was able to get sqlite3 from python2.5 to work as a backend for  
roundup. The problem is that I had installed pysqlite2 and roundup  
to using pysqlite2 over sqlite3 if it is available. I thought I had  
disabled the use of pysqlite2 by editing the back_sqlite.py file
but that didn't acually disable it completely. When I unistalled  
pysqlite2 then sqlite3 worked.

On Mar 2, 2007, at 17:30 , Samuel M. Smith wrote:

>> Got hung up on the sqlite bugs so haven't had time to try the  
>> apache2 mod_python way of running roundup nor
>> your suggestion of using a reverse proxy instead of mod_python  
>> ("yikes" never heard of it before, apache2 docs confusing me).
> Found an example for doing a reverse proxy for roundup with apache.  
> Had to modify it for apache2 but
> the simple example worked yeah!
> add to /opt/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf
> #added for roundup reverse proxy
> ProxyRequests Off
> <IfModule proxy_module>
>    #proxy thru one issue tracker
>    ProxyPass /adeptsupport/
>    #proxy all issues
>    #ProxyPass /roundup/ http://localhost:8917/
> </IfModule>
> sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apachectl restart

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