[Twisted-Python] How work ldaptor and twisted
matt at zgroupplc.com
Wed Jun 27 11:40:02 EDT 2007
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Have a look at the documentation on the twisted website:
Its pretty good at giving you an overview of how twisted works. You
might want to have a general read about the difference between
asynchronous event programming and programming with threads.
Hope that helps,
On 27 Jun 2007, at 16:19, Julien Peeters wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm new to ldaptor and twisted. I don't really understand how twisted
> work and how can I build a little application with them.
> I would like to make a mini app which offers me the possibility to
> administrate very simply my ldap server.
> Then, the app have to wait for orders, and when it receive one,
> treat it
> by sending the appropriate request via ldaptor.
> My problem is with twisted, and more precisely with the "reactor". I
> don't really understand how I can manipulate it and what is the
> place of
> defered's in all that?
> Twisted-Python mailing list
> Twisted-Python at twistedmatrix.com
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