[Twisted-Python] Re: Somebody please point me in the right direction...

Eric Mangold eric at oaktech.net
Fri Mar 19 19:25:19 EST 2004

On Fri, 19 Mar 2004 16:17:50 -0600, John C. Reddersen <jredders at lsil.com> 

> Hi all,
> I'm a fairly new Python programmer, and really new to Twisted, so accept 
> my
> apologies now if this is a clueless newbie question...
> I'm developing a wxPython application that needs to talk to another app 
> via
> a very simple sockets based interface.  I managed to mangle together some
> code using twisted to connect to the socket and send an initial starting
> message to the server and receive it's response.  However, I'm unsure 
> how to
> proceed from here to allow my GUI to send and receive commands over the
> socket using the protocol created by the factory.  All the examples I 
> could
> find just send canned messages, nothing with user input...

Without further information I'll say you should be using PB.

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