beta testing for mod_wsgi
manlio_perillo at libero.it
Thu Feb 7 13:49:49 MSK 2008
Adrian Perez ha scritto:
> El Mon, 28 Jan 2008 18:33:27 +0100
> Manlio Perillo <manlio_perillo at libero.it> escribió:
>> Adrian Perez ha scritto:
>>> El Mon, 28 Jan 2008 11:47:29 +0100
>>> Manlio Perillo <manlio_perillo at libero.it> escribió:
>>>> The module name is built from the name of the location used,
>>>> replacing '/' with '_'.
>>>> I have to admit that I have never thought about this
>>>> possibility ;-).
>>> I see. Only if "auth_basic" and "auth_basic_user_file" could be used
>>> inside an "if" context, we could workaround this... I think WSGI
>>> authentication middleware could be used as well, as long as the
>>> middleware allows to only limit some URLs ;-)
>> You can set the middleware stack inside a specific location.
> Just letting you know: I have been able of workaround this by using the
> AccountManager plugin (http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/AccountManagerPlugin)
> which performs authentication by itself. Now I only need to define
> trac.env_parent_dir and make a "wsgi_pass" to the Trac handler, without
> additional "location" directives for authentication ;-)
>> The WSGI implementation for Apache computes the md5 hash of the
>> script full path name, but maybe I can just use the path name,
>> replacing '/' with '_'.
>> I have to think (unfortunately lately I have very little free time to
>> dedicate to the development of mod_wsgi).
> I think this is not an urgent issue, now I have found the
> aforementioned Trac plugin, hehe. Thanks again for your great work on
> mod_wsgi :)
I agree that this is not urgent, but it is however a problem that should
Thanks Manlio Perillo
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