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This article is quite out of date.  It needs to be completely/mostly rewritten.  Now, to get mod_wsgi working for python 2.x, <code>mod_wsgi2</code> must be installed.  The <code>mod_wsgi</code> package is for python3.  This will cause difficult to diagnose syntax errors.  I may do it if I end up with some time on my hands later. --[[User:Mikeshultz|Mikeshultz]] ([[User talk:Mikeshultz|talk]]) 23:10, 21 November 2012 (UTC)
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== Extremely incoherent "Example" ==
 
== Extremely incoherent "Example" ==
  

Revision as of 23:10, 21 November 2012

Needs to be Re-written

This article is quite out of date. It needs to be completely/mostly rewritten. Now, to get mod_wsgi working for python 2.x, mod_wsgi2 must be installed. The mod_wsgi package is for python3. This will cause difficult to diagnose syntax errors. I may do it if I end up with some time on my hands later. --Mikeshultz (talk) 23:10, 21 November 2012 (UTC)



Extremely incoherent "Example"

This example box was in the article:

Example: mod_python allow you to execute arbitrary Python script that end with .py. mod_wsgi behave another way : it only serve application. So mod_wsgi isn't an .py file handler as mod_wsgi.

Translation:

Note: While mod_python will execute any Python script that ends with .py, mod_wsgi only executes python applications.

Regardless, it made my day. UncleNinja 17:26, 1 February 2011 (EST)