[Baypiggies] Web Crawler/Backend Engineer - San Francisco, CA
jjkunce at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 18:50:29 CET 2010
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 9:11 AM, Bill Janssen <janssen at parc.com> wrote:
> I'm perhaps one of the last users of Medusa, which is based on the
Hardly :) How about anyone running the built-in webserver in Plone/Zope!
Actually, I'm wondering about the scope of the original question about
an event-based framework:
- Just wanting objects to communicate with events? Something simple
like circuits is good.
- async IO? asyncore, medusa et al are tried and true
- A comprehensive framework with everything included (even peanut
butter and jelly)? Twisted
The scope really matters. If you just want to send simple events
between objects in your app, you could write your own circuits-like
framework before you could even figure out how to read the
documentation for Twisted.
> asyncore/asynchat framework in the Python stdlib (and by the same
> author). It's what powers UpLib RPC and Web and IMAP interfaces
> (http://uplib.parc.com). I've been pretty happy with it overall.
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