[Tutor] simple server and client question
Tue, 13 Feb 2001 16:22:43 -0600
Thanks greatly. It's certainly more than I had already found. Now I just
need to figure out what he means when he says "Do it with sockets, using
non-buffered input/output if python easily makes the distinction in i/o."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lindsay Davies" <Lindsay.Davies@moonshine.co.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2001 3:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Tutor] simple server and client question
> Can't give you a definitive answer, but look at the documentation for
> the asyncore/asynchat and SocketServer modules. These should
> give you some good pointers. You might also want to look at Medusa
> (where asyncore originated from) for some advanced examples.
> Best wishes,
> 1. http://www.python.org/doc/current/lib/asyncore-example.html
> 2. http://www.python.org/doc/current/lib/module-SocketServer.html
> 3. http://www.nightmare.com/medusa/index.html
> On 13/2/01, Rob Andrews wrote about '[Tutor] simple server and client
> >I hate to even ask this one, because it just doesn't *feel* specific
> >enough, but my sad little plea will have to do.
> >The mandate has come from above that I write a simple server and client
> >in Python in preparation for a project in development. The server and
> >client can do absolutely anything, and barely that, if I so choose, as
> >they will not be used in the project (unless my code is brilliant enough
> >to be useful for the project, I suppose, which is unlikely as it's a
> >Java project). The important thing is that I understand how to write
> >such things.
> >So if anyone can recommend any good sources I can absorb and start
> >tinkering, I'd be mighty appreciative.
> >Rob Andrews
> >p.s.: The Useless Python site has undergone a serious renovation
> >involving a hand re-coding in XHTML this last weekend. Anyone who has
> >submitted source code might want to take a peek and make sure I didn't
> >mess up your entries in the process.
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