[Twisted-Python] Problem with using mktap
teratorn at world-net.net
Tue Nov 16 14:16:36 EST 2004
Roland Hedberg wrote:
> I'm implementing a server, who on one sida should have a connection to a
> unix domain socket and on the other hand listen on a UDP socket.
> On the unix domain socket this server works as a client.
> First without mktap. This works:
First, is there a good reason to use mktap for your application?
> if __name__ == "__main__":
> port = 6666
> sserv = "/tmp/uds"
> name = "router"
> f = spocpFactory( )
> router = RudsProt( f, name, 1 )
> reactor.connectUNIX( sserv, f )
> reactor.listenUDP( port, router )
> print "Server missing"
As a side note this is just bad. Don't use a bare except:
unless you absolutely have to, and please document it if you do.
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