[Twisted-Python] Using win32eventreactor (newbie alert)
radix at twistedmatrix.com
Sun Feb 2 13:54:25 EST 2003
On Sun, Feb 02, 2003 at 12:20:51PM -0500, Jeff Grimmett wrote:
> I'm a little confused about how to use the win32eventreactor in place of
> the default. The default on W32 platforms doesn't have the
> ProcessProtocol support implemented yet, but according to the docs the
> win32eventreactor does.
> Here's what I need to do: I want to listen on one or more ports for
> connections; when connections are made, I want to connect these
> connections with programs designed to handle the connection in question,
> i.e. if it's telnet I want to connect the session with a login program
> and proceed from there.
btw, I don't know anything about win32 stuff, but Twisted has an inetd
implementation that does exactly this. It'd be cool to have it work on
win32 :-) See twisted.runner.
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