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Open Source Web Servers in Python

Snakelets

Snakelets is a very simple-to-use Python web application server. It provides a threaded web server (you don't have to provide a web server such as Apache yourself), Ypages (Python HTML template language, similar to Java's JSPs) and Snakelets: code-centric page request handlers (similar to Java's Servlets). Snakelet's focus is to make the creation of dynamic web sites as quick and easy as possible. To get started it is enough to extract Snakelets somewhere, add a single directory that will contain your files, copy-paste-edit a small configuration file that describes your site, and you're set to add your own pages and images and other content.

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CherryPy

CherryPy is object-oriented HTTP framework written in python. CherryPy allows developers to build web applications in much the same way they would build any other object-oriented Python program. This usually results in smaller source code developed in less time.

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Obelisk Web Server

Obelisk is a small web server written in python with support for cgi (perl/python). It runs on Unix, Linux, Windows, MacOS and any other plataform with support for Python, Sockets and Threads.

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SkunkWeb

SkunkWeb is a robust, open source web application server. SkunkWeb's purpose is to provide a programming environment that makes it easy to build applications that generate "dynamic documents" in response to Web (HTTP) requests. Think of SkunkWeb as doing the same job as Vignette StoryServer, ASP, ColdFusion, or regular CGI applications.

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