On Tue, 18 Oct 2016, Matthew Thode wrote:

On 10/18/2016 11:25 AM, Adam Harwell wrote:
We really don't want bindep IMO -- it's much safer to use the
non-packaged version from pypi for our purposes, since we may not be
running on a system that packages things like this. Again, our use case
may be strange though, as we're really using the python module and not
the binaries.


Is there a reason you are not using pecan?

There seems to be some confusion here. pecan is a WSGI application
framework (that uses object dispatch as its conceptual model).
gunicorn is a WSGI server.

One could, if one wanted, hosted a pecan based application with
gunicorn. Or uwsgi. Or apache+mod_wsgi. Or nginx+uwsgi. Or a bunch
of other stuff.

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