[Twisted-Python] Help, I've run and I can't fall down!
acapnotic at twistedmatrix.com
Sat Oct 13 17:37:10 EDT 2001
On Fri, Oct 12, 2001 at 11:48:01AM -0700, Kevin Turner wrote:
> Okay. Someone wanna explain to me why this script prints
> "Duplicate Shutdown Ignored." and sits there instead of exiting?
> def connected(object):
> object.trackPid(cvs_pid, cvsroot, file)
> main.shutDown() # sys.exit(0)
> pb.getObjectAt("unix", path.join(cvsroot, 'CVSROOT',".freshcvs"),
> connected, aint)
Ok, after a spending a little time in that hideous monstrosity which
Python calls a debugger, I found the answer.
the callback 'connected' is called before main.run() is.
Does this mean I never have to run() at all?
Kevin Turner <acapnotic at twistedmatrix.com> | OpenPGP encryption welcome here
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