Marcel Keller <mkeller <at> cs.au.dk> writes:
> Hi Joel,
> > Is it still necessary to run `viff.reactor.install()` as described in
> > <http://www.mail-archive.com/viff-devel <at> viff.dk/msg00657.html> in
> > order to utilize the VIFF reactor?
> > - If so, would it be possible to "fix" that?
> I don't see a good way to that, for the following reasons:
> - To change the default reactor properly, it would be necessary to
> change the Twisted source code. That is not an elegant way.
> - The VIFF reactor could be installed in the runtime module. However, if
> it would be done that way, viff.runtime would have to be imported before
> importing the reactor, which is a possible source of errors.
> Furthermore, that would prevent other reactors like the GtkReactor from
> being used.
> > - If not, then the example apps would need to be updated accordingly.
> As far as I can see, all example apps are updated in VIFF 1.0.
> Best regards,
I see. Thanks for your quick reply!
And yes, since it really is necessary to run `viff.reactor.install()` manually
before `from twisted.internet import reactor` you are absolutely right — all
example apps are up-to-date.
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