#3628 defect assigned
"Asynchronous Programming With Twisted" says that reactor.run and reactor.stop are "not usual" but don't explain what is
|Reported by:||radix||Owned by:||thijs|
First of all, they *are* usual - they're the usual ways to manage the reactor if you're using the reactor API to do it. I *assume* the document is talking about 'twistd', but it doesn't mention the tool once in the entire document.
Either these assertions need to be qualified with an explanation of twistd, or they should be removed entirely.