[Wolves] OT: Programming Languages

David Watson david.watson.uk at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 11:15:43 GMT 2005

On Fri, 04 Mar 2005 11:08:28 +0000, David Goodwin <dg at clocksoft.com> wrote:
> >
> > yes, mod_python for apache, or you could include a built in webserver
> > in the application (one comes in the python standard library).
> >
> mod_python is a plugin for a web server. Not a web browser. So I fail to
> see how using mod_python can allow you to create standalone applications
> - by definition once you use a web server they're surely multiuser and
> definately not standalone (as you need a client PC, server and web browser)
> thanks,
> David.

Sorry missread your post.  But if he wanted a standalone application,
and then a version that was accessible from a browser, he wouldn't
need a browser plugin.  Saying that I agree with Aq, I would build a
server component and two clients.

David Watson

"Code is for life, use python"

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