[Twisted-Python] serial port and http program
george at ringdevelopment.com
Sat Jun 13 08:02:55 EDT 2009
Asynchronous internet and serial port communication are supported by
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asynchronous communication. If you're not then Twisted will be an
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
> 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
> Would it just be an added dependency that would be more of a pain than a
> benefit ??
> Thanks for any advice.
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