[Twisted-Python] HTTP interface to a program using twisted
gabriel.rossetti at arimaz.com
Mon Aug 4 08:20:39 EDT 2008
Phil Mayers wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 04, 2008 at 09:48:10AM +0200, Gabriel Rossetti wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I have a program using twisted and I'd like it to obtain it's data
>> via the HTTP protocol. The idea is that the clients will connect to a
> It's best to ask such questions on the twisted-web list.
Ok, but I just want to make sure first it's better to use twisted.web
rather than implementing my own protocol, since I won't be serving any
web pages and to me it seams twisted.web is designed to serve web content.
>> service using HTTP and will send it data encapsulated in the HTTP.
>> The data will be extracted and sent on to another service to
>> process it, which will in turn send the processed data back to the
>> HTTP service to send back to the client. I think twisted.web and/or
>> twisted.web2 should be used for this, is that correct? I don't quite
>> get the difference in between web/web2, could someone please
>> enlighten me? I have read the documentation but it doesn't say much.
> Use twisted.web - twisted.web2 will have all its good bits stolen and
> put into .web, then be (I guess) deprecated:
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