[Web-SIG] and now for something completely different!
Shannon -jj Behrens
jjinux at gmail.com
Mon Aug 15 19:17:41 CEST 2005
Heh, I'm overwhelmed by too much code and not enough direction.
Naturally, I've got nice session code in Aquarium as well. *Sigh*
this Python Web thing is going to be the death of me!
On 8/14/05, Titus Brown <titus at caltech.edu> wrote:
> -> I think that would be useful. Flup has a fairly decoupled session store
> -> (http://www.saddi.com/software/flup/ in
> -> http://svn.saddi.com/flup/trunk/flup/middleware/session.py). Is there
> -> other current work that should be considered? PythonWeb has a session
> -> module, but I don't know what its insides look like:
> -> http://www.pythonweb.org/projects/webmodules/doc/0.5.3/html_multipage/lib/session.html
> -> Paste has one too, but it's Not Very Good ;) I started using the flup
> -> session, but I got lazy and never flipped the switch to make it the
> -> default. There's been some discussion about sessions in the last few
> -> months on the Quixote list as well.
> I've been decoupled from Web-SIG e-mails for the last two months, but
> Mike Orr and I built a simple session store for Quixote that has a
> fairly simple and generic storage API:
> With the comments deleted, here's the core API:
> class SessionStore:
> def load_session(self, id, default=None):
> def save_session(self, session):
> def delete_session(self, session):
> def has_session(self, id):
> return self.load_session(id, None)
> The only constraint is that 'id' must be a string in order for it to
> work with all of the session stores.
> We have implemented stores for postgres, durus, mysql, directory/file,
> and shelve persistence mechanisms.
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