[Twisted-Python] Beginners Guide to Twisted Anywhere?
tarlano at docomolab-euro.com
Mon Aug 2 04:24:43 EDT 2004
If you can't figure out chapter 2, the (teaser) finger tutorial, then
just skip it and go onto chapter 3 "Low-Level Twisted". And then chapter
4 "High-Level Twisted", etc..
If you do, I pretty much guarantee that your opinion of the
documentation will change. :)
Britt Green wrote:
>You know, I've looked at the finger tutorial a few times. The problem
>is that it doesn't really explain the code very well. Sure, I can look
>at the first few examples and make an educated guess. For example,
>lets look at the second step:
>from twisted.internet import protocol, reactor
> protocol = FingerProtocol
>The accompanying explaination never really explains what
>protocol.Protocol is. Same thing with protocol.ServerFactory. I've
>been able to deduce what reactor.listenTCP() and reactor.run() do, but
>as someone new to the language, its a bit frustrating to have to make
>guesses about what the tutorial code does.
>On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 15:49:19 -0400, Jp Calderone <exarkun at divmod.com> wrote:
>>Britt Green wrote:
>>>I'm wondering if there exists a beginners guide to using Twisted.
>>>Something similar to the online tutorial for Python. I've browsed the
>>>docs on the Twisted website, and haven't been able to find what I'm
>>>looking for. Specifically, a lot of the examples are mostly just code
>>>with brief commentary which doesn't really explain things.
>>>Can someone help me out! :)
>> You may be interested in the finger tutorial:
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