Mod_Snake is an Apache 1.3 and 2.0 module that allows Python developers to write Python modules with as much power as modules written in C. In addition, simple modules are provided to accelerate Python CGIs, to process embedded Python, and to give a mod_perl style directive power.
Release Notes: This release speeds up embedded Python processing, adds RedHat RPM support, fixes numerous bugs, correlates the release with Apache 2.0 CVS, fixes Python 2.0 compatibility issues, CGI acceleration, and the GZIP Apache 2.0 filter, creates an automatic test suite, and improves the build system.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs dealing with internal directives, the CGI module, and the embedded Python module. It also adds a post_config hook, more speed to embedded Python processing, and access to the request_rec.finfo attribute.
Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes, documentation and a tutorial were added. Per-server configurations are now more powerful. A new mod_snake_info was added for module profiling and examination, and now works with Apache 2.0alpha6.
Release Notes: Mod_Snake Now works in Apache 1.3.x. Minor bugfixes were made to some of the snakelib modules.
Release Notes: Initial release.