Python Server Pages

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Python Server Pages (PSP) is a name used by several different implementations of server-side script engines for creating dynamically-generated web pages by embedding Python in HTML. For example, an implementation of Python Server Pages was released with mod_python 3.1 in 2004.[1] Spyce, which also claims the phrase "Python Server Pages", was first released in 2002.[2] The Webware for Python suite also contains an implementation of Python Server Pages released as early as 2000.[3] An earlier tool with a similar function also called Python Server Pages but based on Java and JPython was first released in 1999.[4]

It was one of the earliest web development support in Python and has long since been surpassed in popularity by systems such as Django or Flask.


  1. ^ Trubetskoy, Gregory (2004-02-26), Mod_python's PSP: Python Server Pages, retrieved 2009-03-14 
  2. ^ Spyce - Python Server Pages (PSP) User Documentation, Release 2.1, retrieved 2009-03-14 
  3. ^ Python Server Pages 0.3 Release Notes, September 28, 2000, archived from the original on 2011-07-28 
  4. ^ Python Server Pages: NEWS, 1999, retrieved 2009-03-14