yann.malet at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 15:29:18 CET 2010
Thanks for sharing the reasoning behind the nature of the uWSGI python
module. By magic I was not emplying that it was messy just that I did not
understand how it works.
I will test the the new installation procedure once you have it ready.
And I will add the try except block next time i work on this uwsgi_admin
Except this "small" issue do you agree with the new repository layout I have
done for uwsgi_admin ?
On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 9:55 AM, Roberto De Ioris <roberto at unbit.it> wrote:
> Il giorno ven, 22/01/2010 alle 09.43 -0400, Yann Malet ha scritto:
> > Do you think that the uwsgi could be compiled and installed using
> > (distutils and setuptools) ?
> yes, it is very simple, i will look at it soon
> > I am not a big fan of this module being "auto-magically" added at
> > runtime. Could you let me know what is the reasoning behind this
> > "magic" ? This remembers me this :
> > http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/RemovingTheMagic
> the uwsgi module is a "gate" to the internals of the server (its
> memory), there are no other way to permit this (without implementing a
> complex/very slow ipc mechanism).
> i have added the --no-server option to the binary so users can write
> script that use the uwsgi embedded functions without spawning the whole
> It is not "magic" (or messy) is a low-level way for doing things that a
> python app cannot do.
> But it would be interesting to add a uwsgi.py that mimic the embedded
> functions to talk to a remote uwsgi compliant server (ehm, better to
> call it pyuwsgi.py to avoid namespace disaster)
> Returning to the uwsgi_admin, it is better to put all the code under a
> try: except: block so users that does not use the uwsgi server locally
> can still maintain the uwsgi-admin code without errors:
> import uwsgi
> """graphics to show for non-uwsgi environment"""
> Roberto De Ioris <roberto at unbit.it>
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