[Twisted-Python] Using Twisted and GTK2
Ramiro Alba Queipo
raq at cttc.upc.edu
Thu Feb 4 04:11:51 EST 2010
Thanks David. I'll take a look on your code
On Wed, 2010-02-03 at 11:03 -0800, David Ripton wrote:
> On 2010.02.03 13:48:39 +0100, Ramiro Alba Queipo wrote:
> > I recently new about Twisted and saw it as the best way to deal with a
> > client/server network application (I use python long time ago). Really
> > wonderful. I now intend to write a GTK client that can send commands and
> > transfers files to the server and from it.
> > I started to learn how to write applications not using 'Perspective
> > Broker', but when I reached to the example pbgtk2.py to authenticate and
> > send echo commands, I could no see a way the same with a PB. Is that
> > true?. Is, anyway the best alternative (I mean PB) to write the
> > application I intend to?
> PB is fine. AMP or Foolscap might be better for some tasks, but PB is
> mature and works.
> PB features integration with Cred, which is Twisted's pluggable
> authentication mechanism.
> Cred is very flexible. The integration between PB and Cred isn't quite
> as flexible, but it works fine for straightforward cases.
> If you're looking for larger sample code, I have a game that uses PyGTK
> and PB and Cred, here:
> David Ripton dripton at ripton.net
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