[Web-SIG] windows, pywebd, webctl
chad at zetaweb.com
Fri Mar 9 19:22:58 CET 2007
First, your comments re: paying attention to sysadmins are
> I don't have a problem with people using whatever layout they
> want. I don't even object to having common layouts that are
> documented and taught. What I can't accept is a software
> framework that *requires* a particular layout to function.
That's fair enough. So what if a proposed common executable acted
1. A configuration file may be specified on the command line.
2. If no config file is named on the command line, then look
for one in certain locations:
3. <foo>.conf does basic process config (address, user/group,
threads, etc.) and hands off to a second-layer config (be it
paste.ini, zope.conf, etc.)
4. The following are added to PYTHONPATH *if they exist*:
Such an executable would satisfy me. Would it be flexible enough
to meet your requirements?
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