Tell us how you're using Twisted (was Re: [Twisted-Python] Win32 IOCPReactor?)
sc at linux.it
Thu Jun 21 18:02:14 EDT 2007
Il giorno lun, 21/05/2007 alle 08.34 -0400, Itamar Shtull-Trauring ha
> Oh, I certainly understand running on Windows when clients pay you to do
> so. I was just surprised people do so on internal servers when they do
> have a choice.
> Anyway, since this is bringing users out into the open - I'm sure we'd
> all like to hear what Twisted is being used for in different companies,
> and under which platforms. Do tell!
> My company uses Twisted for a variety of uses, including reliable
> multicast data distribution, messaging, monitoring and managing complex
> processes, in the airline industry. (http://itasoftware.com)
> How about you all?
I used twisted to code HL7 message transport protocol. I'm in the
process to improve the protocol to be more secure.
Stefano Canepa aka sc: sc at linux.it http://www.stefanocanepa.it
Three great virtues of a programmer: laziness, impatience and hubris.
Le tre grandi virtù di un programmatore: pigrizia, impazienza e
arroganza. (Larry Wall)
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