[Twisted-Python] unlistenTCP not working?
exarkun at intarweb.us
Thu Jul 24 13:55:57 EDT 2003
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 06:15:28PM +0100, Michael Porter wrote:
> I'm having a problem with unlistenTCP - it doesn't seem to work if
> application.listenTCP was called after the reactor is started. Am I missing
> something here or is this a bug? See test code below for demonstration...
> def listen(application, port):
> from twisted.web import server, resource
> print "called listen %d" % port
> application.listenTCP(port, server.Site(resource.Resource()))
> def unlisten(application, port):
> print "called unlisten %d" % port
> def test(listenFirst):
> from twisted.python import log
> import sys
> log.startLogging(sys.stdout, 0)
> from twisted.internet import app, reactor
> application = app.Application("test")
> if listenFirst:
> listen(application, 8080)
> reactor.callLater(0, listen, application, 8080)
> reactor.callLater(5, unlisten, application, 8080)
> If you call test(listenFirst = 1) then all works as expected (log shows it
> starts listening immediately and stops after 5 secs). But if you start
> listening by scheduling a call after application.run (call test(listenFirst
> = 0)) the listenTCP works but when unlisten is called 5 secs later it
> doesn't seem to stop listening and nothing appears in the log.
> (I'm running on Windows with twisted 1.0.6)
> Any ideas? Thanks,
I believe this is somewhat intentional. When the reactor is running,
listenXYZ() return Port objects which have a `stopListening' method. It is
expected that listeners added while the application is running will have
this port object stashed away by the user code and, when the time comes,
have their `stopListening' method called.
In practice, this can be somewhat difficult to manage, and is a good
reason to use ApplicationServices to manage listeners and connectors.
I'm not sure if this could be "fixed", since it has behaved this way for a
long time, and some applications may depend on the behavior.
"Minerals are inexhaustible and will never be depleted. A stream of
investment creates additions to proved reserves, a very large in-ground
inventory, constantly renewed as it is extracted... How much was in the
ground at the start and how much will be left at the end are unknown and
irrelevant." -- Morry Adelman, World Renowned Economist
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