Kamaelia docs : Kamaelia.Protocol.HTTP.HTTPResourceGlue

HTTP Resource Glue

What does it do?

It picks the appropriate resource handler for a request using any of the request's attributes (e.g. uri, accepted encoding, language, source etc.)

Its basic setup is to match prefixes of the request URI each of which have their own predetermined request handler class (a component class).

HTTPResourceGlue also creates an instance of the handler component, allowing complete control over its __init__ parameters. Feel free to write your own for your webserver configuration.


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