[Twisted-web] asynchronous WSGI implementation
manlio_perillo at libero.it
Fri Apr 9 10:55:29 EDT 2010
ssteinerX at gmail.com ha scritto:
> On Apr 9, 2010, at 7:20 AM, Manlio Perillo wrote:
>> Steve Steiner (listsin) ha scritto:
>>> Maybe put on BitBucket? It'd sure be easier to patch/submit pull requests/file tickets on a public repo.
>> I will think about it.
>> I don't have experience with BitBucket. Is the issue tracker good?
> It's more than good enough and free.
Well, for free I should be able to get some shared hosting with Mailman
and Trac support.
>> However please note that I plan to use it for testing purpose only, and
>> not in production (at least in the near future).
> The Twisted version for testing only, or both versions for testing only?
>> The geenlet middleware will use this extension to implement coroutine
>> support over a simple asynchronous WSGI implementation.
>> By "simple" I mean that greenlets are not used inside WSGI
>> implementation (since greenlets can not be used in my
>> ngx_http_wsgi_module, if I'm not wrong).
>> greenlets are not required, but without coroutines applications will be
>> a mess, due to generator usage.
> I guess I'm not real clear on what you're saying here.
This is not simple to explain, for me.
It is the reason why I'm trying writing code that will make more easy to
document what I'm trying to do ;-)
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