(example code attached).
iacovou at gmail.com
Tue May 29 18:44:07 EDT 2007
I'm doing a lot of Athena stuff at the moment. Calls from client->server and
server-> client (which is virtually 100% of the calls) are working
way that I would expect, and I think it's something in the package/module
system Athena uses that I haven't yet grokked.
I've attached a minimal test case. Since it actually has a directory
structure, I've tar-gzipped it; sorry for the additional inconvenience.
Directions are in the README file. The only requirement is that you modify
PYTHONPATH before twistd-ing the tac file (actually, it's a .py file, but it
should be a .tac file).
LiveElements; in the example these are XCall.A and XCall.B. XCall.A knows
about XCall.B through an import "statement"; that is, it has a line:
// import XCall.B
It tries to call a method on XCall.B (XCall.B.chain()), but it can't see this
method and throws an exception (which is caught by Nevow).
have any of the methods passed to its methods() method in the object
top-level namespace; instead, these are all available in the "prototype"
In other words, I can call XCall.B.prototype.chain(), but not XCall.B.chain().
implements some of its OO-ness, but all the Nevow code seems not to do it
this way: it just imports and uses directly:
// import Foo.Bar
so I'm confused as to why I can't do the same thing myself.
I'm running Python 2.5, Twisted 2.5.0, and have the same problem on both Nevow
0.9.18 and on trunk head.
Can anyone spot what I'm doing wrong?
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