[PEAK] need hints on PEAK twisted support

Bob Ippolito bob at redivi.com
Sat Apr 10 18:52:51 EDT 2004

On Apr 10, 2004, at 5:57 PM, Stephen Waterbury wrote:

> ueck at net-labs.de wrote:
>>>>    bsddb (a try to make a bsddb-datamanager .. doesn't really work)
>>> You might want to check out ATOP, Glyph's latest persistence
>>> engine.  ;)  He gave a good talk at PyCon DC about it, and had
>>> lots of lessons-learned about BSDDB as a back-end.  Non-trivial.
>> does it come with twisted ?
> No (although it might eventually be one of the components in
> a "modularized" Twisted -- the re-configuration of Twisted into
> a set of interoperable components was also discussed at PyCon DC).
> It is part of Divmod's Quotient package:
> http://www.divmod.org/Home/Projects/Atop/index.html

Also note that atop is essentially already independent of Quotient, it 
just hasn't been sliced out into a separate package yet.  The atop 
package depends only on Twisted and bsddb.


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