[Twisted-Python] adbapi question

Justin Ryan justin at gnubia.net
Fri May 2 10:33:38 EDT 2003

Well, I think it was a misconception on my part.. It does seem as if the
reactor is not _designed_ to be used in short 'scripts' like this one,
but I wasn't aware you could call reactor.stop().

On Wed, 2003-04-30 at 20:39, Itamar Shtull-Trauring wrote:
> On 30 Apr 2003 20:29:01 -0500
> Justin Ryan <justin at gnubia.net> wrote:
> > Someone will surely correct me if I'm wrong, but I ran into this same
> > dilemma when I began to use twisted.  It seems that as twisted is an
> > event-driven framework for asynchronous networked applications, it
> > isn't intended to be used in this way.
> Dunno what you mean by "this way". If you need to deal with a blocking
> database operation you dispatch it to the thread pool, and that works
> just fine.

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