[Twisted-Python] Five Crazy Ideas to Start Your Week
bruce at cubik.org
Wed Oct 9 15:21:19 EDT 2002
Glyph Lefkowitz wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Oct 2002 15:35:26 +1000, Andrew Bennetts
> <andrew-twisted at puzzling.org> wrote:
>>Your reason is presumably because the username/password is
>>determined by the service, not the host -- but this is also
>>the case for HTTP. Some paths may require authentication,
>>some may require none.
> Not "*the* service", but "a service". In HTTP, you authenticate
> with the server, because some URLs may be in managed "realms".
> In PB, some objects may require authentication to access. This
> means that you might have to authenticate multiple times in the
> same URL. I know that my suggestion for URLs violates the
> accepted "standard" in some ways, but that's because PB doesn't
> consider "server" to be a useful level of abstraction. Everything
> is about objects.
So, have you looked at DNS Service Discovery at all and how that should
fit in with PB?
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