I’m pleased to annunce the 0.0.5 release for mod_wsgi.
mod_wsgi is an implementation of the WSGI PEP
(http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0333/) for the Nginx web server.
Here is the changelog:
Fixed a severe bug, caused by a wrong size declared for the
The value used was the size of the LogObject, and this was not
causing problems only because
sizeof(LogObject) > sizeof(StateObject).
Replaced sys.stderr with a LogObject instance, so that WSGI
applications can use it for logging.
Bug fix: sys.argv is not initialized for the main interpreter.
PySys_SetArgv is used for the initialization (it will add the
nginx executable path directory to sys.path).
Removed the wsgi_python_path directive.
Use the PYTHON_PATH environment variable with the
Added support for the
WSGI applications will now use only environment variables
explicitly declared with the
in previous revisions they inherited variables from the initial
Improved the conformance for SCRIPT_NAME and PATH_INFO variables.