In the Python ftplib.FTP class's retrbinary() method you can pass a file
offset using the 'rest' arg (in order to resume a partial download).
Please could someone advise how to do a similar thing using the Twisted
I have a twistd daemon that runs a custom application (.tap). When
starting up the daemon I have to enter the root password and a
passphrase for SSL interactively from the console (the app runs a
twisted web server for HTTP and HTTPS).
Because I want to do some automatic maintenace tasks I need to be able
to start and stop the daemon from a script. Unfortunately I have
little knowledge of Linux and the twistd daemon/application and need
some input on how to attack this problem.
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I've a more complicated problem this time. I've written a client which calles
reactor.connectTCP("localhost", 8789, factory) and I've "compiled" it with
Installer5 (http://www.mcmillan-inc.com/install1.html) all works if I just
run it, but if I run it in a chroot I'll get following error message:
File "/projects/buildbabla/out1.pyz/twisted.internet.default", line 281, in
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'Connector'
and I've no clue why.
Calling any of my non-twisted programs in a chroot, "compiled" with Installer,
works without any problem.
robert dot penz at outertech dot com
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> I see tweo meanings and interpretations of the word "channel" - One i
> think is some
> kind of TCP Connection info, and the other one is a chat "room" which
> is the word
> I use to define a "room" or place where groups of people can chat. Is
> channel = room?
channel is the universally accepted term for an IRC channel.
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Has emacs mode. Has windows clients (e.g. TortoiseSVN, VS.NET
integration). Has cvs importer. viewcvs supports it.
I say we switch when it hits 1.0.
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