[Web-SIG] Exciting new developments :)
floydophone at gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 03:46:01 CEST 2004
- My Twisted WSGI implementation is now fully-functional and tested
synchronously. The async API is broken. It's also now built upon
Philip's wsgiref library.
- I've written a WSGI object publisher, similar to Zope's ZPublisher.
It's extremely simple, but rather nice I'd say:
I'm a ZPublisher-like application, except I run everything as a
WSGI application or coerce it to a string.
If you don't want something published, start it with an underscore.
Possible TODOs: security, list of what attributes are accessible
via the web.
insert base href optionally
should str() objects Content-type be text/plain or
def app(environ, start_response):
o = root # start at the root
for elem in environ.get("PATH_INFO","").split("/"): # iterate
through every item in the path coming after this script
if len(elem) > 0 and elem != "_": # if the element
isn't blank and doesn't begin with an underscore...
o = getattr(o, elem) # try to get the next part of the path
except AttributeError: # if it's not found...
start_response("404 Not Found",
[("Content-type","text/plain")]) # return a 404
return ["Resource not found."] # and a nice little message
if callable(o): # if the final object is callable...
return o(environ, start_response) # call it as a WSGI application
start_response("200 OK", [("Content-type","text/html")]) #
otherwise, assume it's just a string.
- If you've heard of FlowScript, I've implemented something very
similar for WSGI on Stackless. It lets you write applications without
worrying about writing FSM's. Once I get a good example, I'll post it.
- I fixed up Ian Bicking's session middleware a bit to be more
browser, OS, and machine friendly. I also removed all of its external
dependencies and integrated it with my cookie middleware
- My cookie middleware is now stable
- I've started putting together a WSGI unit tests library...would
anyone like to contribute?
Since I have no hosting as of right now, I can't post any of this cool
stuff. However, once it's back up, I'll send a message to the list.
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