[Twisted-Python] What the hell?
shae at webwitches.com
Fri Aug 31 13:40:03 EDT 2001
From: Itamar <twisted at itamarst.org>
Subject: [Twisted-Python] What the hell?
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 13:15:16 -0400
> From tcp.py:
> class Client(Connection):
> """A client for TCP (and similiar) sockets.
> def __init__(self, host, port, protocol):
> """Initialize the client, setting up its socket, and request to
> if host == 'unix':
> # "port" in this case is really a filename
> That is sooo wrong. What if my computer is named 'unix'? Why does the
> TCP code deal with files?
if you're adding xfstt to your fontpath, the url to use is unix:7101/
xfs is at unix:7100/
so I'd assume is specific to some kind of IPC.
Therefore, I bet yer system will act strangely if you make your hostname 'unix'
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