[Twisted-Python] Re: Perspective Broker and UDP, is it possible?
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Wed Sep 1 15:41:30 EDT 2004
> I'm doing my master thesis in computer science, and the topic
> for the project is "Managment of network delays in computer games".
> The software im going to use is Python with Twisted and Pygame.
> Right now I'm trying to get to know how different parts of Twisted
> interact with each other. And my first question is:
> Is it possible to use Perspective Broker with UDP?
> I've tried modifying the examples here
> with DatagramProtocol and so on, but I haven't got it to work.
> I suspect that it is impossible due to that UDPs is connectionless,
> but there's a lot of "magic" in Twisted, so I thought I'd better
> ask the pros'.
It is certainly possible, just not with the current version of PB. In any
modified version (go for it!), I think you would need to provide client
identifying info with each burst of data, or limit "connections" to just one
client at a time per port, to keep track of things.
I'm not a twisted expert, but I do use it extensively. I have also learned an
embarrassingly large amount of stuff about low-level TCP/IP due to too much
experience with a vastly inferior high-level language .
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