[Twisted-Python] Howto use the Gnutella-protocol

Jp Calderone exarkun at intarweb.us
Wed Jun 18 07:02:10 EDT 2003

On Fri, Jun 13, 2003 at 02:48:49PM +0200, Thomas Weholt ( PRIVAT ) wrote:
> Is the gnutella-protocol in Twisted so complete I can use it to query a
> gnutella-network and download files? If so, does anybody have any example
> code?
> Any hints, clues etc. on this matter would be highly appreciated.

  The gnutella.py module doc string --

    Gnutella, v0.4

    This module is incomplete.  The "GnutellaTalker" class is complete.  The
    "GnutellaPinger" and "GnutellaPonger" are complete and able to chat with one
    another.  The "GnutellaRouter" and "GnutellaServent" classes are yet to be

  From this, I would gather the answer is "no," but there seems to be a
reasonable basis for implementing that functionality.


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