[Twisted-Python] importing twisted modules from my source tree
Ricardo Niederberger Cabral
nieder at mail.ru
Fri Oct 24 15:14:49 EDT 2003
* Stephen C. Waterbury <golux at comcast.net> [2003-10-24 15:49]:
> Ricardo Niederberger Cabral wrote:
> >You can run a server with "./imgSeekNet -s" from the root folder, but
> >you'd first need to do a "python setup.py build" and then copy
> >build/lib-foo/isnLib/img/_imgdb.so to isnLib/img/). And building it
> >requires wxWindows dev stuff.
> Interesting that you have wxWindows (via wxPython, I assume)
> dependencies in your server. I've taken pains to keep the
> code that's common to our server and its wxPython client
> free of wx dependencies. Do you have a combined client/server,
> or an admin interface built into your server?
It's a combined client/server. The server subsystem always runs
(doesn't need wxPython), and the wxPython GUI which calls a client
subsystem can be optionally started. (when that happens, a call to
twisted.internet.wxsupport.install is made)
In my case I also use wxWindows c++ libs for reading some image
formats on the image processing and database extension module.
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