[Twisted-Python] Is X.25 supported?
Eric C. Newton
ecn at metaslash.com
Tue Sep 17 14:20:42 EDT 2002
Twisted does prevent it, but there is no built-in support. This is
not suprising since X.25 APIs are different on nearly every platform.
I tried re-patching my changes back in recently and had little
success. I may come back to this in a couple of months.
On Tue, Sep 17, 2002 at 06:51:26PM +0200, Sergio Lobo wrote:
> I just found the article below on the web. Would anybody please let me know if
> Twisted-Python provides any support for the X.25 protocol?
> Kind regards
> Sergio Lobo
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> Eric C. Newton twisted-python at twistedmatrix.com
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> Itamar Shtull-Trauring <twisted at itamarst.org> writes:
> > Well, first of all, what does it run over?
> X.25. Be afraid.
> > And in what languages is it written?
> It runs in Python of course.
> > And, what is it good for?
> X.25 is an international standard for wide area communications widely
> adopted by companies in the 1970's and early 80's using
> packet-oriented, synchronous serial communications devices.
> I'm using Linux, and playing with 2-year-old patches for version 2.4
> of the kernel which enables me to play with the API over a loopback
> Sometimes it even works.
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