Grzegorz Nosek ha scritto:
2007/10/5, Manlio Perillo firstname.lastname@example.org:
If you want (and accept my repo as a pseudo-official one till a really official one appears), I have absolutely no problem with pulling stuff from you.
Thanks, but I'm using Mercurial (and I can setup a Mercurial Nginx unofficial repository on my server).
Do you know of some gateway interface between git and hg? It might prove useful.
I don't know, but there should be an easy way to keep in sync a Mercurial repository with a Git repository, since there is a Mercurial clone of the whole kernel repository.
Manlio, do you have some documentation for your mod_wsgi?
For the documentation: (very incomplete) http://wiki.codemongers.com/NginxNgxWSGIModule
For the examples: http://hg.mperillo.ath.cx/nginx/mod_wsgi/file/tip/examples/
Thanks a lot, will look into these. Did you try running bigger things a'la Django under mod_wsgi?
However you should know that running a "big" application like Django can blocks the nginx server, especially when using a client server database over a slow connection.
In the future I will try to add threading support to support "legacy" applications.
I have written mod_wsgi for best support fast and asynchronous applications.
At every commit I try to do as many tests as I can, and I execute a stress test using Apache Bench with many request and high concurrency levels.
That's pretty reassuring :) Thanks.
The module is still in development and not yet stabilized. Tests are always really appreciated, but I can suggest you to wait until I will implement the full WSGI 1.0 spec, if yuo want start to use it.
OK, I think I'll give it a try anyway.
I'll wait for a review, thanks.
Do not forget that the current revision of mod_wsgi implements the WSGI 2.0 draft and not the current WSGI 1.0.
Best regards, Grzegorz Nosek
Regards Manlio Perillo