[Twisted-Python] POP3 improvements
abe at fettig.net
Tue Dec 31 09:18:57 EST 2002
On Tue, 2002-12-31 at 00:47, Christopher Armstrong wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 31, 2002 at 12:57:06PM +1100, Andrew Bennetts wrote:
> > It depends; if the event is in response to a request, e.g. LIST, it makes
> > sense to return a Deferred that will receive a list of available messages.
> > FTPClient works this way, and is very convenient -- an FTPClient user can
> > queue commands (like LIST, RETR, etc), and as the server responds, the
> > Deferreds will fire... and there's no confusion if you issue multiple LIST
> > commands in different directories, whereas a handle_LIST callback doesn't
> > have the same advantage.
> > In your case, I'd recommend Deferreds.
> So, as an _implementation_ strategy, the "handle_FOO" methods are
> great when the mapping of message-level request to message-level
> response is 1:many, and for interfaces, Deferreds are great.
Makes sense to me. In this case I'll use Deferreds.
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