[Twisted-Python] Soon to be not-a-newbie?

Maarten ter Huurne maarten at treewalker.org
Sat Jan 26 06:15:11 EST 2008

On Saturday 26 January 2008, Tristan Seligmann wrote:

> Briefly, inlineCallbacks is a "trick" for writing a series of Deferred
> callback chains as a single generator. If you're not using it, you don't
> really need to care about it, unless you end up reading some code that
> uses it; but as far as I know, there is no code in Twisted itself that
> uses it.

Inline callbacks require the "yield returns a value" feature of Python 2.5, 
while Twisted itself does not depend on Python 2.5.

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