glyph at twistedmatrix.com
Tue Jul 24 06:19:55 EDT 2001
On Mon, 23 Jul 2001, Kevin Turner wrote:
> it doesn't bother anyone else that you deal with unix sockets through
> something named "tcp.Port"?
Given that nobody answered your message, I'm going to guess "no" :)
> "TCP" has quite a specific meaning, after all, and unix sockets are
> neither dependant on nor a subset of TCPness...
UNIX sockets have the same semantics as TCP sockets; unlike, say, UDP
sockets. I think that it makes sense to group them together, especially
since UNIX sockets are effectively an 'extension' to TCP sockets that's
only available on UNIX os's.
> My first impulse would be to rename the tcp module to 'socket', but
> that would probably b0rk stuff horribly due to collisions with the
> standard 'socket' module.
Indeed it would. As I mentioned, the choice of naming was for the
semantics of TCP. I suppose I could have called the module
'twisted.internet.streamed_ordered_garuanteed_delivery', but 'tcp' seems
more succinct :).
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