[Twisted-Python] Telnet server example?
seamonkeys at gmail.com
Thu Aug 12 16:36:36 EDT 2004
I've studied the chatserver example a few times. I suppose I probably
didn't initially define my question as well as I should have. If I'm
writing a program like a chatserver, or whatever that takes
connections over telnet, is it better to use the Telnet lib or just
On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 21:17:19 +0200, Eugene Coetzee
<projects at reedflute.com> wrote:
> Britt Green wrote:
> >Hi Eugene,
> >Thanks for the example. Just a couple of quick questions if you don't mind.
> >1) Does this create a telnetd daemon? The checkUserAndPass() method
> >seems like it checks with the /etc/passwd file to enable a user to
> >logon. Since I don't have access to my Unix box tonite I can't check
> >this myself. Please correct me if I'm mistaken.
> To be technicallly correct - it creates a twistd listening on a TCP port
> and understands the Telnet protocol. I'm not sure about what
> checkUserAndPass() does.
> >2) What does defer do exactly?
> Defer is a neat way to wrap callback functions to avoid blocking IO
> calls - see http://www.twistedmatrix.com/documents/current/howto/defer
> >3) Say I'm writing a program that takes connections via Telnet, like a
> >chat server. Would using Twisted's Telnet class be the best way to
> >accomplish this? Or should I just write my own via the more low-level
> >Twisted classes?
> Why don't you look at
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