[Twisted-web] CorePost - a tiny Flask-style REST microframework for twisted.web
jacek99 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 09:55:37 EDT 2011
Do you guys have any ETA on this? The discussion within the ticket makes it
seem much more complex
than the simple fix someone suggested on StackOverflow.
It would allow to pit Twisted directly against node.js (and others) and not
suffer from CPython perf limitations.
There is a lot of complaints in the node.js blogs about the type of
spaghetti code async nested callbacks create...
...a chance to show how elegantly Twisted inline callback support solves
On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 9:44 AM, Thijs Triemstra <lists at collab.nl> wrote:
> On 09/06/2011 03:28 PM, Jacek Furmankiewicz wrote:
> > Fortunately enough the code change was minor. The biggest challenge was
> > getting the decorator function and the class instance to communicate
> > somehow...past that point it was simple.
> > I would rather focus on my current problem (beside CorePost
> > enhancements) of Twisted not installing under PyPy.
> > PyPy does wonders for Twisted.
> > Some of the issues are documented here:
> > The solution seems pretty trivial (see last comment).
> > Getting Twisted to install under PyPy would be a major boom. Right now
> > all the PyPy guys have to do PYTHONPATH hacks.
> > My initial perf tests with PyPy/Twisted were the reason I chose Twisted
> > over let's say Node.js.
> > I just like Python more and the inline callback support is brilliant.
> > Is there a Twisted bug for the PyPy installation issue?
> > Jacek
> That's ticket #5158: http://twistedmatrix.com/trac/ticket/5158
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