WSGI object oriented programming framework
WSGIServlets offers a programmer an object oriented paradigm for web application development.
WSGIServlets is a rewrite and significant enhancement of Mod_python Servlets for WSGI servers and gateways. For historical rationale you can look at README.mpservlets.
Running the Tutorial
To get started, try running the tutorial:
cd tutorial ./runtutorial
This will start the tutorial on port 8000. If that’s not available on your host, you can specify a different port:
NOTE: the tutorial text is written in Markdown (http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/). While not required (at all!), for best viewing pleasure you’ll want to install it in your python environment:
pip install Markdown
Or you can download the tarball from: http://pypi.python.org/packages/source/M/Markdown/Markdown-2.0.3.tar.gz
Reading the Documentation
Sphinx documentation is in the doc directory. You can read the rst files in that directory or load doc/build/html/index.html in your favorite browser. The tutorial acts as a webserver, so you can read the documentation from within the tutorial as well.
If you’re reading this I’m assuming you’ve downloaded and extracted a tarball, in which case, run from this directory:
python setup.py install
This project is hosted at Google Project Hosting. The website for the project is: http://code.google.com/p/wsgiservlets/. Issues can be submitted there.
This rewrite would not have happened without the generous support from Let’s Go Learn, Inc. http://letsgolearn.com/