[Twisted-Python] Re : executing .rpy in a thread
rprice at collegenet.com
Wed Sep 17 20:16:46 EDT 2003
How would I create a .tap file to execute the example below?
On Tue, 2003-09-16 at 12:20, Bob Ippolito wrote:
> On Tuesday, Sep 16, 2003, at 14:38 America/New_York, Jerome Jushima
> > With the help of your hint I have come up with the following code. For
> > simplicity's sake I don't use .rpys here since it shouldn't change the
> > approach.
> > What happens when I run this code and open the servers root in a
> > webbrowser is
> > that I get a page saying "NOT_DONE_YET." Also when I get rid of the
> > quotation marks in the return statement it does not seem to work.
> > Python just tells
> > me that it does not know NOT_DONE_YET.
> This is how you want to do it, there should be no surprises with this
> approach (it handles failures, logs to stdout):
> from twisted.web import server, resource, static, script
> from twisted.internet import reactor, threads
> from twisted.python import log
> import sys
> def doLongPageGeneration(request):
> # you *could* inspect the request object if you needed to from here
> # but I wouldn't *change* it from this thread!
> return "<html><b>H</b>ello, <b>W</b>orld! - Your user agent is
> %s</html>" % request.getHeader('user-agent')
> def writeRequestAndFinish(data, request):
> class Simple(resource.Resource):
> isLeaf = True
> def render(self, request):
> return server.NOT_DONE_YET
> site = server.Site(Simple())
> reactor.listenTCP(8080, site)
> # I'm not sure if this is strictly necessary, but it seems like a good
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