WSGIKit

WSGIKit is a reimplementation of Webware for Python, using WSGI to create a framework-neutral foundation.

To check out WSGIKit:

$ svn co http://svn.w4py.org/WSGIKit/trunk WSGIKit

Note that it includes a script build-pkg which fetches a bunch of packages that make WSGIKit more useful. A big tarball of all the requirements stuffed together will probably be forthcoming.

Get Involved

Discussion:
webware-devel@lists.sf.net (subscribe, archives)
More abstract discussion about Python web programming in general:
web-sig@python.org (subscribe, archives)
Checkins:
webware-checkins@lists.sf.net (subscribe)
IRC:
#webware on freenode

Resources

  • To-do tutorial, an introduction to WSGIKit installation and application design
  • What is WSGIKit?: a description of WSGIKit's scope.
  • What can WSGIKit do for you?: a description of what WSGIKit offers to Python web framework authors.
  • Ian Bicking presented at PyCon 2005 on WSGI Middleware and WSGIKit: Using WSGI Middleware to build a foundation for Python web programming
  • The Webware API portion of WSGIKit should be discussed on webware-discuss@lists.sf.net
  • The WSGI aspect of WSGIKit should be discussed on web-sig@python.org

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