Python and Apache
Subject:   disappointing
Date:   2003-04-11 05:24:47
From:   anonymous2
please give us examples and not generalizations.

"I get the impression it is not much used for CGI scripts, so although it will probably work (as it does above), it may lack some of the bells and whistles other languages offer."

What makes you think this? What "whistles other languages offer" does Python lack? Curley braces? Continuations? Please elaborate.

What makes you think that Python isnt popular amongst CGI? I understand your context. But mod_python is a project of the apache foundation.

Its unfortunate that python did not make it into Apache definitive guide. Its even more unfortunate that people are so stuck on style when it comes to seeing something mildly different. And isnt it something that most people really shouldnt mind? They indent everything else.

Just try using Python seriously for 2 days. I promise you will not regret it. Even if it takes you 2 hours to get over your learned depedence on {}