[Twisted-Python] Deferred model
Hegedus, Matthew S
matthew.s.hegedus at lmco.com
Thu Nov 13 18:43:58 EST 2003
Oops, sorry Chris, I did not see your response. My message will surely
displease you. Please disregard since you have already made your case
defending the Twisted archives and opposing a forum.
From: Christopher Armstrong [mailto:radix at twistedmatrix.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 4:04 PM
To: twisted-python at twistedmatrix.com
Subject: Re: [Twisted-Python] Deferred model
On Thu, Nov 13, 2003 at 10:14:16PM +0100, Philippe Lafoucri?re wrote:
> > I'm sure this has been answered a million times before, but here
> > goes...
> I'm sure too. But I proposed a long time ago (and several times) to
> use a forum instead of a mailing list...
This is a terrible excuse. Not only do we have our *own* archives:
which, of course, are searchable via google:
"deferred blocking code site:twistedmatrix.com"
there are *multiple* archives elsewhere that have a built-in search
functionality as well:
I found these with a trivial amount of googling: "twisted-python mailing
Having searchable archives is obviously no reason to switch to a web forum
(ugh), as we have that right now.
> > If you give more detail about what you're trying to do, I'm sure one
> > of the Twisted gurus can explain what the best approach(es) might
> > be.
> I thought of using the setUp method of page. I can start the
> calculation when the page loads, but I don't know what to call (in the
> callback) when it's done (a wmfactory_xxx ?). I'll check the threading
> part you gave me. Thank you !
Unfortunately, I don't think there's any special support in Woven to handle
Deferreds from setUp. You can return Deferreds from wmfactory_XXX and Woven
will handle them correctly: it will not finish rendering the page until that
Deferred has fired and the model is ready.
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