SV: [Twisted-Python] Docs/Examples

Chris Armstrong carmstro at
Mon Nov 19 08:37:11 EST 2001

On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 02:11:23PM +0100, Magnus Heino wrote:
> > 2) Some of the packages that come with twisted are actually applications 
> > based on the framework, e.g. twisted.mail, twisted.manhole and 
> > twisted.words.
> > 
> > Hopefully in the next few months we'll be seeing some actual written 
> > documentation and tutorials.
> There are no open source applications using it today that are available?

Those _are_ Open Source applications that are using it today. :-)
There also some 3rd parties using Twisted. The one that jumps to mind
right away is Tommi Vertanen's (I'm guessing at the spelling there)
"mc-foo", an mp3 organizer/player/something-or-other.
He hasn't made a release of the python version yet, so you'll have to 
get his CVS version to see it. But anyway, doc/examples/ and friends
should be great for figuring things out. Also, you might want to drop
by on #python at; a lot of the developers/users hang
out there.

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