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#5112 closed enhancement (duplicate)

TracWsgiPlugin integration

Reported by: martin@… Owned by: Jonas Borgström
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Component: general Version: devel
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For those who play with WSGI, th:TracWsgiPlugin might be useful if it was included in Trac distribution. See the examples why and how this might be useful (at least handy in some simple situations)

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comment:1 by Matthew Good, 15 years ago

Resolution: duplicate
Status: newclosed
Summary: Trac could include better WSGI supportTracWsgiPlugin integration

I find the name of the plugin a bit confusing since it's really about adding PasteDeploy support, which is based on WSGI, but it's not actually expanding Trac's support for the WSGI spec.

Ticket #2581 is already open for Paste Deploy support, and it should be done in one of the upcoming releases now that we've moved to setuptools completely.

in reply to:  1 comment:2 by anonymous, 15 years ago

Replying to mgood:

I find the name of the plugin a bit confusing since it's really about adding PasteDeploy support, which is based on WSGI, but it's not actually expanding Trac's support for the WSGI spec.

The plugin part of the given piece of code creates support for PasteDeploy applications *inside* trac namespace. This makes trac behave more like a wsgi middleware than just an application. It was useful in one case at least. I do agree it is somewhat out of the trac scope.

Ticket #2581 is already open for Paste Deploy support, and it should be done in one of the upcoming releases now that we've moved to setuptools completely.

ACK, dup.

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