Version 4.4.14 of mod_wsgi can be obtained from:
For details on the availability of Windows binaries see:
--compress-responses option of
failing when Apache 2.4 was used. This was because
is required when using Apache 2.4 and it wasn’t being loaded.
2. On Python 3, the IO object wrapped by
according to the Python documentation, must provide a
even though no file descriptor exists corresponding to the Apache error
logs. The method should raise
IOError if called to indicate not file
descriptor can be returned.
Previously, an attempt to use
would raise an
AttributeError instead due to there being no
3. Use compiler include flags from running of
apu-config when doing
pip install of
mod_wsgi-express. This is
necessary as on MacOS X 10.11 El Capitan the include flags for APR returned
apxs refer to the wrong location causing installation to fail.
1. When proxying a URL path or a virtual host, now setting request
X-Forwarded-Port so back end knows correct port that
front end used.
2. When proxying a URL path, if the request came in over a secure HTTP
connection, now setting request header for
X-Forwarded-Scheme so back
end knows that front end handled the request over a secure connection.
The value of the header will be
3. When using
mod_wsgi-express, it is now possible to supply the
--with-cgi option, with any files in the document root directory with
a ‘.cgi’ extension then being processed as traditional CGI scripts.