[Twisted-Python] Some comments on twisted.news

Paul Moore gustav at morpheus.demon.co.uk
Wed Oct 23 17:11:15 EDT 2002

Christopher Armstrong <radix at twistedmatrix.com> writes:

> On Tue, Oct 22, 2002 at 06:49:09PM +0100, Paul Moore wrote:
>> (2) is obviously fairly trivial. I think I could implement (3) and
>> (4), if it would be useful. I could submit a patch, which would alter
>> the server code and the 2 existing backends (I couldn't test the
>> database backend, as I don't have a database to test with, but I could
>> test the pickle-based code). Would this be helpful? Are there likely
>> to be 3rd party nntp backends which would be broken by such a change?
> There certainly aren't any 3rd party backends yet, twisted.news is
> still fairly new (and doesn't have any users, afaik, although some may
> be lurking). I'd recommend implementing everything and waiting for
> exarkun's approval (He may be a while, as he's visiting Minnesota
> atm), but I really doubt he'll have any problems with it.

OK, I'll see what I can do. What's the best procedure for submitting a
patch? Can I post patches to this list?


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