"Portability" (was: How to create a Unix Domain Socket?)
dnew at san.rr.com
Wed Oct 18 23:05:51 CEST 2000
Cameron Laird wrote:
> I'm getting tired of calling Python "wonderfully por-
> table" or whatever it is I say when I'm acting as an
On a related note, is Python really portable, or does it just expose the
underlying OS? (I'm *still* waiting for my books to get here. I kind of
hate the whole christmas card thing.) In other words, could I take a
program that listens on lots of sockets and does things with the data and
put up outgoing connections, and have it work without changing the source on
Windows, Mac, and Unix? Or would I have to use the Mac version of select on
the Mac, etc etc etc?
Darren New / Senior MTS & Free Radical / Invisible Worlds Inc.
San Diego, CA, USA (PST). Cryptokeys on demand.
The tragedy of the commons applies to monitizing eyeballs, too.
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