[py-dev] win32: restarting socketserver cleanly?

Brian Dorsey brian at dorseys.org
Sat Jan 27 16:39:11 CET 2007

Hi Holger!

I'm heading out to class now, so I can't lookup the details at the
moment, but I believe you can pass a flag in when opening the socket
which will allow 'reuse' when the same app is using the same socket
over and over.

I'll lookup the details later today.

Take care,

On 1/27/07, holger krekel <holger at merlinux.de> wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> i am trying to get a regular socketserver (service)
> running on win32 in order to drive win32 test runs remotely.
> I am wondering how i could have a socketserver run one (without
> looping) and restarting always - and without having socket/closing
> issues (address already in use).  Do you know how to do that?
> i am also on IRC (#pylib) this GMT+1 afternoon/early evening.
> best,
> holger

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