[PEAK] fcgi required for trivial_web and trivial_cgi?

Victor Ng victor at gap.ca
Mon Nov 24 22:39:03 EST 2003


I can run the trivial_cgi example now.


On 24-Nov-03, at 3:44 PM, Phillip J. Eby wrote:

> At 03:03 PM 11/24/03 -0500, Bob Ippolito wrote:
>> It's without a doubt Mac OS X 10.3 (this is the same version of 
>> Python he is using), and getsockname does not raise for pipes (but it 
>> does return None).
> Yes, a bit of quick discussion with Ty (who's a NetBSD developer) 
> reveals that older and non-NetBSD branches such as OS X use pairs of 
> sockets to implement pipes.  (Newer versions of NetBSD have another 
> way of implementing pipes that is the default, but the older 
> socketpair approach is still supported.)
> If getsockname() returns None for pipes, then I guess we can check 
> that.  A little digging in the C source of the socket module shows 
> that None is returned when the socket has no address, and that seems 
> to make sense for sockets created with socketpair().
> I've checked in a prototype fix; can you guys (Bob and/or Victor) test 
> it for me?  Thanks.
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