[Twisted-Python] Guidance on Proxy-type Application
michaelnt at gmail.com
Fri May 29 04:47:33 EDT 2009
2009/5/29 Michael Thompson <michaelnt at gmail.com>
> 2009/5/28 <glyph at divmod.com>
>> On 01:23 am, asb.bush at gmail.com wrote:
>>> I have just started to look at the Twisted framework and would like to
>>> put it
>>> to use for a new project I am working on. Not being very familiar with
>>> framework and fairly new to Python in general I would like to ask a
>>> design/architecture question. (I have written similar applications in C
>>> would prefer to start this in the right direction and not write Python
>> Thanks for asking!
>> I apologize for the delay in my answer. I started writing up a simple
>> example (attached) but was discouraged to find that it was 100 lines long
>> and required too much explaining.
>> Then I started documenting it and explaining every line but that was a
>> very long, tedious message. So, it doesn't have much in the way of
>> explanation; I hope you will find it useful regardless.
> Thanks for the very interesting example which I mainly follow apart from
> the lineReceived method in the ProxyClient, don't we need to add a callback
> to the deferred before appending it to the requestQueue?
Oops I see now that the callback is added in the proxy server lineReceived.
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