Installer for Apache/mod_wsgi.
The mod_wsgi package provides an Apache module that implements a WSGI compliant interface for hosting Python based web applications on top of the Apache web server.
The primary package for mod_wsgi is available on the Python package index (PyPi) as mod_wsgi. That package assumes that you have a suitable version of Apache pre-installed on your target system, and if you don’t, installation of the package will fail.
If you are on a UNIX like system (Linux, macOS) and need a version of Apache to be installed for you, you can use the mod_wsgi-standalone package on PyPi instead. When installing the mod_wsgi-standalone package it will first trigger the installation of the mod_wsgi-httpd package, which will result in a version of Apache being installed as part of your Python installation. Next the mod_wsgi package will be installed, with it using the version of Apache installed by the mod_wsgi-httpd package rather than any system package for Apache.
Note that this method of installation is only suitable for where you want to use mod_wsgi-express. It cannot be used to build mod_wsgi for use with your system Apache installation. This installation method will also not work on Windows.
When installing mod_wsgi using this method, except that you will install the mod_wsgi-standalone package instead of the mod_wsgi package, you should follow installation and usage instructions outlined on the PyPi page for the mod_wsgi package.
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