[Twisted-Python] serial port and http program

George Pauly george at ringdevelopment.com
Sat Jun 13 08:02:55 EDT 2009


Asynchronous internet and serial port communication are supported by

You didn't give enough detail to determine that you're looking for
asynchronous communication.  If you're not then Twisted will be an
unnecessary complication.


On Sat, 2009-06-13 at 19:30 +1000, Brendan Simon wrote:
> I have a small program that I want to write in python with a wxpython gui.
> The program has to talk to a hand held device via a serial port and then
> talk to a http server which returns an xml stream/file, which is then
> parsed and information sent back to the hand held device over the serial
> port.
> Is there an advantage to using twisted for such an application ??
> Is it more complicated to do so (i.e. using twisted versus not using
> twisted).
> Would it just be an added dependency that would be more of a pain than a
> benefit ??
> Thanks for any advice.
> Brendan.
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George Pauly
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