Stopping SocketServer on Python 2.5
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Wed Mar 11 05:36:29 CET 2009
"David George" <dave at eatmyhat.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Hi guys,
> I've been developing some code for a university project using Python.
> We've been working on an existing codebase, cleaning it up and removing
> dead wood.
> We decided to make some changes to internal message handling by using a
> SocketServer, which worked great when we were using 2.6, as we could
> simply call its shutdown() method when we wanted to stop it from 'serving
> Unfortunately, we've now needed to downgrade to python 2.5 to accomodate
> the libtorrent python bindings we need to use as part of the project.
> So, my question is, is there any way to stop a SocketServer that's been
> told to server forever in python 2.5?
Sure, derive a class from one of the classes in SocketServer, and override
the methods that implement the shutdown behavior in 2.6.
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