Event-driven framework (other than Twisted)?

Phillip B Oldham phillip.oldham at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 20:41:10 CEST 2008

On Oct 1, 6:53 pm, Lie Ryan <lie.1... at gmail.com> wrote:
> In fact, MVC and event-driven is two entirely different concept. You can
> have both, or none. It is, in the end, your choice which one to use or
> whether you want to use both or none.
> Event-driven programming is a concept that your programs are entirely
> composed of function definition and binding that function definition to
> events. The rest is handled by a mainloop, which calls the appropriate
> functions when it receives something.
> MVC is a separation of concern. In MVC code you want that there is a
> clear boundary between code that handles Model, View, and Controller, so
> it'd be easier to manage the code.

So are there any other patterns that can be used in stead of MVC?

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