hi there, folks:
I'd really like to release 0.7.0 but I would like it to be at least a
little bit tested before I do so. Could those of you with CVS trees check
everything out and see if it performs as advertised? Deeper bugs than
that will have to wait for the next release, but I'd at least like to know
if it works for someone other than me.
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took me longer to write this mail, than to convert a simple pygame
based scrolling game to twisted + pygame.
without fps limits i lose about 3-5 fps compared to the Clock.tick(n)
if the game engine takes care of events and updates with a single
call per frame, all you need to do is get rid of pygame.time.Clock
calls, and do scheduled updates with reactor.callLater.
On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 12:14:00 -0500, phed CVS <phed(a)twistedmatrix.com> wrote:
> How do I serve PHP-files with twisted.web? Answered.
This answer appears to be unnecessarily complex and confusing, when the user
could just do "mktap web --path . --allow-ignore-ext" and get the same effect.
(You probably want --index index.php too.) Is there any particular reason you
answered that way? :)
| <`'> | Glyph Lefkowitz: Traveling Sorcerer |
| < _/ > | Lead Developer, the Twisted project |
| < ___/ > | http://www.twistedmatrix.com |
Dear Twisted Developers,
Zip is the least efficient (by far) archiver, and is stealing huge
amounts of bandwidth from everybody. Unless there are objections,
I will change r-t to stop creating Zip archives.
Will the guy who created RPMs please send the .spec here? Thanks.
Attached is sjj's suggestion for factory policies. Glyph wants to do something
Begin forwarded message:
Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 16:00:48 +1000 (EST)
From: Sam Jordan <sam(a)twistedmatrix.com>
Subject: patch for policy stuff/test and example
Here is the patch (created via cvs diff -u > policy.patch).
I just noticed that the comment for 'verify' notes the tuple for addr is
(type, host, port) but it may just be (host, port) i'll fix this comment after
Feel free to discuss any problems you have with it.
#python quote of the century:
<glyph> h3x: so... you're a professional extortionist?
<h3x> pretty much
<glyph> h3x: do you offer professional apprenticeships?
<h3x> i should
<dash> glyph: gah, you beat me to it
CVSToys, the beast behind that cute little <cvs> bot you all know and
love, v0.9.2 is available for download. At this point, having taken
care of the nasty business that happened when you reconfigured a server
that was running a PBService, I'm running low on known bugs. So check
it out, help write tests, find more bugs! Let me know if you see
anything which looks like it needs straightening out before 1.0.
Share and enjoy,
The moon is waning gibbous, 68.8% illuminated, 20.3 days old.
Authorizer.addCallback's documentation says "Create an identity and make
a callback when it has been created." So I figured that meant I should
have DefaultAuthorizer return a defer.succeed/fail instead of
None/raise. But returning a defer.fail makes
test_cred.AuthorizerTestCase.test_addIdent fail, as it has an
assertRaises in there.
So who is wrong? The documentation, my interpretation of the
documentation, or the unit test?
The moon is waning gibbous, 70.1% illuminated, 20.2 days old.