Hi All,

After hours of looking for solutions, here on Stackoverflow, GitHub, Django 
site and other forums,
and seeing that at least 2 other posts related to what per web chatter 
appears to be a known
bug in Django and the WSGI package, I'm wondering where to turn for useful 
regarding what appears to be a common problem without a common answer.

Below is detail of a wsgiref issue that gets considerable discussion online 
no answer to the question being posted here or elsewhere.

* Should I attempt posting this question in the Developers Conf?
* Are there other forums that might be of help?

Please advise 

Details of well known Wsgiref bug/issue follow.

After porting my project to the new development area...
When running... 
 python manage.py runserver

And then loading a page on a browser I get the following.

  File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/wsgiref/simple_server.py", line 33, in close
   self.status.split(' ',1)[0], self.bytes_sent
   AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'split'

This problem points to the wsgi component of the install packages.

Researching the web various solutions are posted, including ...
* Commenting out line 33 in simple_server.py and see if any missing
   packages are reported.
   (I've tried this and no packages are reported as missing)

REF.:  https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/django-users/Cps4kHh0_-0
* A Django bug report, with code that does not match the version I currently
  am using. It recommends modifications to file  
  django/core/handlers /exception.py 
  which does not exist on the release currently installed.

* A Django modification that makes perfect sense and partially matches the 
revision of django/core/handlers/base.py on my installed system.


Still though I continue to get 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'render' 
other errors related to NoneType assigned as NoneType object when it should
be a request response object.

*** What to do?

* This appears to be a bug noted in Django, Github and Stackoverflow 
  with Wsgi related to various versions of Django and Python 
  _Is there any logical way of resolving the NonType error, by settings.py 
or other
   Django config options?
  _Would placing my app as the home page on this development server rather 
   relying on the python manage.py runserver possibly resolve this problem?
  _Is there an alternative to Wsgi that would possibly eliminate the 

Any ideas or suggestions appreciated.



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