[Twisted-Python] twisted.protocols.telnet or twisted.conch.telnet?

Christopher Armstrong radeex at gmail.com
Sun Mar 19 10:39:14 EST 2006

On 3/18/06, James Schend <blakeyrat at gmail.com> wrote:

> When I run that example, I get the message that
> twisted.protocols.telnet is deprecated and I should instead be using
> twisted.conch.telnet.

Is there something I'm missing here, or is Twisted telling me that I
> should be using an unstable <1.0 library with no documentation that's
> not even part of the core install instead of a 2.2 version library
> with good documentation that *is* part of the core install?  Is this
> deprecated warning in the wrong spot?  I don't get it.

The telnet protocol implementation was simply moved to Conch. That
particular code is no more or less stable and documented than it was in its
old location. Also, if you're downloading tarballs, you should be getting
the full Twisted tarball, not the individual core/subproject tarballs. Those
individual ones are for embedders and OS packagers, basically. (The old web
site didn't make this as clear, and the new one encourages you to download
the full Twisted package).

Christopher Armstrong
International Man of Twistery
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