[Twisted-web] Twisted Network Programming Essentials
j_s_nightingale at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Nov 22 03:07:57 MST 2005
It works better when I use 'class WordCountProxyClient'
instead of 'class WordCountProxy'.
Sorry to have troubled you.
Though I must say, the real problem was easier to find when I ran it on Linux, than on XP. Different sets of error messages were given.
(Also easier to find after Tommy V encouraged me to inspect my code
more carefully :>)
Tommi Virtanen <tv at twistedmatrix.com> wrote: On Tue, 2005-11-22 at 00:59 +0000, Stephen Nightingale wrote:
> Fine Book. I'm working through the examples.
> Hit a problem with the wordcountproxy.py example,
> under the explanation of HTTP Proxy Servers, on page 62..
> As this __might__ be an issue with Twisted itself,
> I'm cross-posting here as well as back to O'Reilly errata.
> The issue is that the:
> 'reactor.listenTCP(WEB_PORT, WebReportFactory(counter))'
> call precipitates an error message in _getfullpathname in
> Lib/ntpath.py, called from web/http.py, and the error is:
> 'TypeError: coercing to Unicode: need string or buffer, WordCounter
> I wonder if anyone else has come across this issue?
> Any insights gratefully received,
Did you type it in yourself? It seems like the wordCounter
argument to WebReportFactory.__init__ is getting to
HTTPFactory.__init__, which seems to think it is logPath.
But the book I have in front of me seems to be correct:
def __init__(self, wordCounter):
self.wordCounter = wordCounter
counter = WordCounter()
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