[PythonCE] Re: Re: Re: Twisted on PPC 2003 (Brad Clements)

Brad Clements bkc at murkworks.com
Wed Jan 26 03:16:25 CET 2005

On 25 Jan 2005 at 16:01, James Burkert wrote:

> I'm sure I don't really need ALL of twisted. For now I am just trying
> to send ASCII text from my  PDA to an existing application to an
> arbitrary IP # and port #  via bluetooth and WiFi. Bluetooth
> specifically because that's what I intend to use for testing, since I
> don't have a currently functioning WiF cardi, but the eventual
> application is intended for WiFi.

This phrasing implies that the PDA opens a connection to another server. Therefore 
the PDA is a client, and not really a server. So, you can just use socket calls for rwaw 

If the other end is an http server, than you can use httplib.

Twisted, while it has some client functionality, is principally a server framework.

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