[Twisted-Python] Echo Server woes

John Babwell johnbabwell at mailcan.com
Wed Aug 4 13:57:21 EDT 2004

You'd use lineReceived, check out how the finger protocol inherits from
LineReceiver here:

On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 10:11:23 -0700
Britt Green <seamonkeys at gmail.com> wrote:

> So I've been playing with the examples on the Twisted website, mostly
> the Echo server. When it runs, it immediately echos back whatever
> character one types in. So the output looks like so:  aakkee33ccbb::oo
> I wanted to rewrite it so that it would repeat things a line at a
> time, as opposed to a chracter at  a time. After playing with the code
> and getting nowhere, someone on IRC helped me out by telling me I
> should use the LineReceiver class from twisted.protocols.basic. What
> has me stuck is trying to figure out how to use LineReceiver's
> dataReceived() method as opposed to the identically named one on the
> example page. I can't really figure out what class the example's
> dataReceived() method comes from.
> Thanks! :)
> Britt
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