[Twisted-Python] twisted.protocols.telnet is deprecated. But how should I migrate?
curtferguson at cfl.rr.com
Sun Jun 8 08:04:11 EDT 2008
Jean-Paul Calderone wrote:
> On Sat, 07 Jun 2008 20:24:32 +0200, Marcin Kasperski
> <marcin.kasperski at softax.com.pl> wrote:
>> So: how should one migrate twisted.telnet.Telnet to
>> twisted.conch.telnet? Does there exist any example of simple telnet
> may help somewhat. There are also some examples in doc/conch/examples/
> and on the website.
> twisted.conch.telnet.Telnet is a much more complete telnet
> It also lacks the application-specific features that were present in
> twisted.protocols.telnet.Telnet, like welcomeMessage and loggedIn.
> AuthenticatingTelnetProtocol is vaguely like the old Telnet class, but it
> is intended more as an example of what kind of things you can do, rather
> than a robust base class for whatever your application requires.
This link is the information I've been trying to find for two weeks. :)
Thanks for posting it, and to the OP for posting the right question.
Trying to learn twisted and python at the same time. So far I've got a
server that will allow chatting via SSH or TCP, I've been attempting to
get telnet negotiation working right on the straight TCP side, this
should help a lot.
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