[Twisted-Python] Re: [noob][Q] Is Twisted the right tool for my job?
nico at tekNico.net
Sat Jan 22 14:18:16 EST 2005
> I am fairly experienced with Python (I also use wxPython a lot), and
> I have a fair amount of experience with TCP/IP in terms of mechanics
> and troubleshooting. I have almost no experience in network
> I am working on a computer graphics application (Python/C++ hybrid)
> which demands a lot of CPU time. I am in the planning stages of
> converting it to distribute the work over many computers on the same
> local network (although I would eventually like to expand that as
> There will be a main computer which checks to see who is available to
> participate. That main computer will also be helping with the
> processing load. After that, it is basically all computers sending
> out either requests for information or sending data in response to a
> request (data can also be sent unsolicited).
> So I guess my question is--is Twisted more than what I need?
Of course it is, and all for the better. At the same time, it's
*exactly* what you need. :-)
> I am sure it will do the job. I have read quite a bit of material on
> the web site already.
And you are probably right.
> But would it be faster and easier to just code this by hand
It most probably wouldn't, since you state not having much experience in
> or to use some other network programming framework/development tool?
None there I know of, in the Python world, and maybe elsewhere too.
Perspective Broker alone is a dream come true, for distributed applications.
Nicola Larosa - nico at tekNico.net
Like, we have all we need to make the world a better place for
everyone, and yet here we are, screwing up, day after day. Too slow.
Let's pick up the pace here, shall we? -- Kirby Urner, December 2004
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