[Twisted-Python] 9.0.0 question
termim at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 18:40:57 EST 2010
>>>> 2. Why reactor.stop() hangs if it is called before reactor.run()?
>>> It doesn't. It raises an exception. The reason the example hangs is
>> Care to elaborate? Who hangs then and why python exits and I see this
>> exception only after I hit Cntl-C?
> I think that's what I explained in the rest of the sentence that is cut off
> above. You may only see the exception reported later on because the example
> is relying on garbage collection for that reporting.
Please bear with me as I still can't get it. Here is your explanation
> It doesn't. It raises an exception. The reason the example hangs is
> that since reactor.stop() was called before reactor.run(), it's not called
> *after* reactor.run(). So the reactor never stops.
So why reactor never stops if it was never run? What it is doing?
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