[Twisted-Python] Twisted apps + zeroconf, anyone?

Phil Mayers p.mayers at imperial.ac.uk
Thu Dec 27 12:37:56 EST 2007

>There is only supposed to be one process on a system taking care of zeroconf
>publications.  This means that it is more likely that you will want your app
>to talk to some existing zeroconf software.  For example, on Linux, avahi.


For those situations where glib2reactor really won't work, you could 
write a simple, blocking non-threaded python helper process, and talk to 
it via a Twisted ProcessProtocol

This would be a very handy utility to have in TwistedCore

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