[Twisted-Python] Finding peers.

John P Speno speno at isc.upenn.edu
Thu Jul 17 22:07:05 EDT 2003

On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 11:38:38PM +1000, Tim Allen wrote:
> DNS-SD (DNS based Service Discovery) is the easy part - it's just a  
> standard way of organising DNS records such that a set of DNS queries  
> can create a useful list of things to connect to. 'Implementing' DNS-SD  
> support is not at all difficult, providing there exists an API to  
> request PTR and SRV records, and providing you can add them to your DNS  
> server.

Besides the resolver in Twisted, I have also seen dnspython from
http://www.dnspython.com and I like it. It also does its own resolving
directly, like Twisted.

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