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From Spacelee <fjct...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: thrift + python twisted
Date Sat, 04 Jul 2009 10:45:53 GMT
i support it...

2009/7/4 Matthieu Imbert <matthieu.imbert@ens-lyon.fr>

> Hi,
>
> I'm currently rewriting a thrift server code in python to use twisted
> instead of the default server implementations (TThreadedServer or
> TThreadPoolServer).
>
> But i also have several client code in python that i don't want to
> switch to twisted, because using the default thrift client code is
> easier to deal with (also: i have users that just write clients, and i
> don't want to impose them to learn twisted to use the server).
>
> I thought that just replacing TBufferedTransport by TFramedTransport in
> python client code would be sufficient, but actually, generating the
> client service with "thrift-gen py:twisted" changes more than that: now
> the service constructor takes two parameters instead of one.
>
> I tried to generate both the default service and the twisted one in
> separate directories: ./gen-py and ./gen-py-twisted, and have my server
> import from ./gen-py-twisted and the clients import from ./gen-py, but
> it's not a working solution since i also have service modules, both
> imported from the client and the server, that perform conversions
> between thrift structures and application specific structures. This
> modules need to import either from ./gen-py-twisted or ./gen-py, but in
> any case, at some point, this results in an incoherence in the imports
> (eg: the client imports ./gen-py and imports the service module which
> itself imports from ./gen-py-twisted)
>
> I wonder what could be the best way to solve this problem?
>
> By the way, thanks all the thrift team for the great software, and
> Esteve for the twisted stuff.
>
> cheers,
>
> --
> Matthieu
>



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Spacelee

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