oktaysafak at ixir.com
Mon Apr 21 17:41:42 CEST 2003
I see that Buildbot is GPL'ed. I am not very knowledgable in these licensing
stuff but I wonder whether this would be a problem for Twisted users.
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From: "Itamar Shtull-Trauring" <itamar at itamarst.org>
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Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 6:04 PM
Subject: ANN: Twisted 1.0.4
> Twisted is an event-driven networking framework for server and client
> applications. More detailed information can be found after the "What's
> New" section.
> For more information, visit http://www.twistedmatrix.com, join the list
> http://twistedmatrix.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twisted-python or
> visit us on #twisted at irc.freenode.net.
> What's New in 1.0.4
> This release is mainly a bug fix release. 1.0.4 includes large numbers
> of bug fixes, small feature enhancements, additional tests and so on.
> Additional reliability is assured by our deployment of Brian Warner's
> Buildbot (http://buildbot.sf.net) for real-time testing
> (http://twistedmatrix.com/~warner.twistd/ -- note that certain
> functionality is experimental and therefore the tests will be failing,
> but this does not affect the stability or performance of supported,
> stable packages).
> What is Twisted?
> Twisted is an event-driven framework for building networked clients and
> servers. It contains a powerful and simple networking core, a
> full-featured suite of interoperable protocols, among them a powerful
> web server and applications framework.
> Twisted supports many event loops for both server apps and GUI
> integration on the client side, including:
> - Win32 events, including GUI support
> - GTK+
> - GTK+ 2
> - Qt
> - wxPython
> - Tkinter
> - Java
> Twisted can run protocols over TCP, SSL, UDP, multicast, Unix sockets
> and subprocesses. It also includes scheduling support, threading
> integration, RDBMS event loop integration and other basic requirements
> for networked applications.
> Also included are implementations of many protocols. In some cases this
> includes complete frameworks providing facilities on top of the base
> - SSH
> - FTP
> - HTTP, including a complete web framework
> - XML-RPC
> - SOAP server framework
> - NNTP and complete NNTP server framework
> - SOCKSv4 (server only)
> - SMTP
> - IRC
> - telnet
> - POP3
> - AOL's instant messaging TOC
> - OSCAR, used by AOL-IM as well as ICQ (client only)
> - DNS
> - MouseMan serial mice, and GPS devices
> - Twisted Perspective Broker, a remote object protocol
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