[Twisted-Python] PB and multiple apps

Andrew Bennetts andrew-twisted at puzzling.org
Sat Feb 15 04:43:17 EST 2003

On Sat, Feb 15, 2003 at 01:05:51AM -0500, Jeff Grimmett wrote:
> > Have you seen doc/examples/pbecho.py and 
> > doc/examples/pbechoclient.py?  They do pretty much exactly 
> > this, i.e. a long-running server, and a one-shot
> > client:
> Yep, but there's that dreaded reactor.stop() in the client.

Well, if you don't want the client to stop, don't call reactor.stop().  I'm
not sure what you mean by "one-shot"; I thought you meant a program that was
run with the sole purpose of running a PB command and exiting.

> Good news: I figured out how to make it work. I've created a class that
> I use as a mix-in for my protocol classes to utilize. The down side is
> that I have to maintain two versions of the debugger OR put in some
> conditional code, but the upshot is that I can now do exactly what I
> needed to do with it.

[code snipped]

I can't see anything special about that, except that it doesn't call
reactor.stop(), which is what we've been saying all along :)


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