[Urwid] urwid and twisted
mail.sensenmann at googlemail.com
Mon Dec 29 02:28:34 EST 2008
Thanks for your answer ... yes threads are evil :D
Funny thing that you recommend the change of our framework because we just
changed to urwid because the curses-module is not capable of utf-8. However
we would have to rewrite our protocoll completly. And in fact it's working
know with some small dirty hacks and the curses_display (may theres just a
problem with raw_display and this has_key-thing? dunno).
2008/12/28 James Mills <prologic at shortcircuit.net.au>
> On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 7:58 PM, Christian Scharkus
> <mail.sensenmann at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hi everybody.
> Hi :)
> > I'm currently writing a small chatclient based upon twisted in a mvc
> > and decided (because of the python-curses module not supporting clean
> > output) to write the userinterface with urwid. I've found a little
> > for a irc-client in urwid using the same method to join with twisted I
> > with curses (register with the reactor using the addReader-method) and
> > to implement input at first. In my humble opinion the code should work
> > it isn't. I discovered the twisted main loop in urwid too but have no
> > how to make use of it.
> > Here the code and the exception
> > http://codepad.org/0Hlvmp1b
> I really strongly recommend that you not use
> Twisted for your application, but rather use
> circuits (1) instead. Why ? It's simpler, easier
> to develop with and far more flexible.
> Please check it out, I'm sure if you should be
> sufficiently experienced enough to port your
> urwid application to use circuits vs. twisted.
> I might just write up a simple irc client when
> I get home from work today to demonstrate
> how simple it is.
> PS: Threads are evil :)
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