[Twisted-Python] service takedown (one newbie to other newbies, methinks)

Bill la Forge laforge49 at yahoo.co.in
Fri May 21 20:47:56 EDT 2004

If I write a generic service, even a MultiService, for use in multiple
applications (as is my intent), then there is still a possibility that
some other service, specific to a particular application, or an unrelated 
generic service, may fail to initialize. So the need to capture the 
shutdown event remins.

Jp Calderone <exarkun at divmod.com> wrote:
I think a better solution would be to write an IServiceCollection 
(MultiService subclass, probably) that knows how to deal with exceptions 
raised from child services' startService methods.

Bill la Forge
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