[Twisted-Python] Replacing standard TCP Transport with SOCKS one

Jp Calderone exarkun at intarweb.us
Sat Feb 22 23:49:42 EST 2003

On Sun, Feb 23, 2003 at 03:37:44AM +0200, Dmitry Litovchenko wrote:
> Hello twisted-python,
> Give me any clues on how to operate Twisted's services using
> TCPTransport (twisted.internet.Client) descendant? As someone
> suggested I will redo my SOCKS internet.protocol.Protocol
> impletentation in Transport descendant.

  See sandbox/ipv6.py for an example of how to to use Twisted with
non-"core" Transports, Listeners, and Connectors.  Though, this doesn't use
the new connectWith/listenWith interface; maybe I should update it.


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