[Twisted-Python] Re: In Defense of Taps

Dave Peticolas dave at krondo.com
Wed Feb 12 16:04:14 EST 2003

On Wed, 2003-02-12 at 10:53, Steve Waterbury wrote:
> Moshe Zadka wrote:
> > I encourage the "newbies" on the list to speak up: what are *you* planning
> > to do with Twisted, and which documents would help you with that.
> You asked for it!  Okay, so I'm not exactly a "newbie" (or 
> maybe a perennial newbie ;^).  Anyway, I guess I'm an anomaly 
> in that I founds taps to be a nice and useful thing, as when I 
> started developing our server app, it was just after Glyph wrote 
> the "Writing a Twisted Plug-in" doc, so I used that as my sample 
> code to start with.  I've attached my pgertap.py file so you can 
> get an idea of where we are (I've already described what we're 
> *trying* to do in earlier messages to the list).  It's out of 
> context, and I'm not using any of the config options yet, but 
> there's the idea ...
> And as an *exclusive* preview for folks on the twisted list :^),
> you can download the PGEF ('Pan Galactic Engineering Framework') 
> source and have a closer look (this is definitely alpha!):

For those of us too lazy to download and scan the source,
what, in a nutshell, is PGEF supposed to do?


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