twisted.words.protocols.irc.DccSendProtocol(protocol.Protocol, styles.Ephemeral)class documentation
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Protocol for an outgoing Direct Client Connection SEND.
|Instance Variable||blocksize||An integer representing the size of an individual block of data. (type:
|Instance Variable||file||The file to be sent. This can be either a file object or simply the name
of the file. (type:
|Instance Variable||bytesSent||An integer representing the number of bytes sent. (type:
|Instance Variable||completed||An integer representing whether the transfer has been completed or not. (type:
|Instance Variable||connected||An integer representing whether the connection has been established or not. (type:
|Method||connectionMade||Called when a connection is made.|
|Method||dataReceived||Called whenever data is received.|
|Method||connectionLost||Called when the connection is shut down.|
Inherited from Protocol:
|Method||logPrefix||Return a prefix matching the class name, to identify log messages related to this protocol instance.|
|Method||makeConnection||Make a connection to a transport and a server.|
Inherited from Ephemeral:
|Method||__reduce__||Serialize any subclass of
Called when a connection is made.
This may be considered the initializer of the protocol, because it is called when the connection is completed. For clients, this is called once the connection to the server has been established; for servers, this is called after an accept() call stops blocking and a socket has been received. If you need to send any greeting or initial message, do it here.
Called whenever data is received.
Use this method to translate to a higher-level message. Usually, some callback will be made upon the receipt of each complete protocol message.
|Parameters||data||a string of indeterminate length. Please keep in mind that you will probably need to buffer some data, as partial (or multiple) protocol messages may be received! I recommend that unit tests for protocols call through to this method with differing chunk sizes, down to one byte at a time.|