[Twisted-Python] We have Apple's ear

Bob Ippolito bob at redivi.com
Tue Jan 28 19:11:11 EST 2003

On Tuesday, Jan 28, 2003, at 18:15 America/New_York, Cory Dodt wrote:
> Sometime in the next 2 weeks I'm going to be talking directly to an 
> Apple
> sales engineer (or equivalent) about getting my needs met.  Apple 
> wants my
> organization to hurry and port our product to the Mac, and the person 
> I'll
> be talking to will be taking requests for ways they can help us do 
> that.
> The product is being built on a foundation of pyopenssl, cog, pybsddb,
> pycrypto, and twisted.  Are any of these less than perfect on a Mac?  
> Are
> there specific ways Apple can help make this situation better?

You shouldn't have any real problems..  If you need help, let me know.  
SSL support in socket doesn't come with the 2.2 that ships with OS X 
10.2, but it can be easily replaced with one that does 

pycrypto and twisted work just fine in my experience, I haven't worked 
with cog or pybsddb yet, but I would imagine they both work perfectly 
fine as well.

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