[Twisted-Python] kqueue reactor / ticket #1918
itamar at itamarst.org
Sat Nov 5 08:12:36 EDT 2011
On Sat, 2011-11-05 at 04:48 -0700, Tobias Oberstein wrote:
> Then, whats the difference between FAIL and ERROR?
Fail means an assertion failed. Error means an unexpected exception was
> Then, there are a couple of tests which are skipped because
> No module named kqsyscall
> The kqsyscall should now be select.kqueue/kevent .. so I guess those
> test cases needed to be adapted as well, right?
> Then, baseline. I've run the trial using select reactor in the expectation of
> finding all tests passed.
> This is not the case, there are a couple of failed ones. Those are also failed
> with the kqueue reactor, so I need to know whether I need to inspect those
> or those are problems unrelated to the reactor, but of general (platform?) nature.
Are you using Twisted 11? Many of these issues are, if I'm not mistaken,
fixed in trunk (though perhaps not all). So trunk is probably a better
baseline to work off of.
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