[Python-de] Re: Quixote

Guido Goldstein guido.goldstein at a-nugget.de
Die Jul 13 21:35:48 CEST 2004


Hi!

On Tue, 13 Jul 2004 18:33:50 +0200
  Thomas Guettler<guettli at thomas-guettler.de> wrote:
[...]
> Ich habe mod_python nocht nicht verwendet, aber ich denke, dass der
> Code nicht automatisch neu geladen wird.

Dann solltest Du auch nicht solche Behauptungen loslassen.

Aus dem mod_python Manual:
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5.4.8 PythonAutoReload

Syntax: PythonAutoReload {On, Off}
Default: PythonAutoReload On
Context: server config, virtual host, directory, htaccess
Override: not None
Module: mod_python.c

If set to Off, instructs mod_python not to check the modification
date of the module file.

By default, mod_python checks the time-stamp of the file and reloads
the module if the module's file modification date is later than the
last import or reload. This way changed modules get automatically
reimported, eliminating the need to restart the server for every change.

Disabling autoreload is useful in production environment where the
modules do not change; it will save some processing time and give a
small performance gain. 
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MfT
  Guido
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Guido Goldstein