Part of twisted.internet.iocpreactor.abstract View Source View In Hierarchy
Known subclasses: twisted.internet.iocpreactor.tcp.Connection, twisted.internet.iocpreactor.udp.Port
Implements interfaces: twisted.internet.interfaces.IConsumer, twisted.internet.interfaces.IHalfCloseableDescriptor, twisted.internet.interfaces.IPushProducer, twisted.internet.interfaces.ITransport
|Method||readConnectionLost||Indicates read connection was lost.|
|Method||writeConnectionLost||Indicates write connection was lost.|
|Method||write||Reliably write some data.|
|Method||writeSequence||Write a list of strings to the physical connection.|
|Method||connectionLost||The connection was lost.|
|Method||loseConnection||Close the connection at the next available opportunity.|
|Method||stopConsuming||Stop consuming data.|
|Method||resumeProducing||Resume producing data.|
|Method||pauseProducing||Pause producing data.|
|Method||_dispatchData||Dispatch previously read data. Return True if self.reading and we don't have any more data|
|Method||_handleRead||Returns False if we should stop reading for now|
|Method||_handleWrite||Returns false if we should stop writing for now|
Inherited from _ConsumerMixin:
|Instance Variable||producerPaused||A flag indicating whether the producer is currently paused. (type:
|Instance Variable||streamingProducer 0||A flag indicating whether the producer was registered as a streaming (ie
push) producer or not (ie a pull producer). This will determine whether
the consumer may ever need to pause and resume it, or if it can merely call
|Method||registerProducer||Register to receive data from a producer.|
|Method||unregisterProducer||Stop consuming data from a producer, without disconnecting.|
Inherited from _LogOwner:
|Method||logPrefix||Override this method to insert custom logging behavior. Its return value will be inserted in front of every line. It may be called more times than the number of output lines.|
|Method||_getLogPrefix||Determine the log prefix to use for messages related to
loseConnectionhas previously been called, so that the connection can actually close.
The data is buffered until his file descriptor is ready for writing.
If possible, make sure that all of the data is written to the socket at once, without first copying it all into a single string.
This is called when the connection on a selectable object has been lost. It will be called whether the connection was closed explicitly, an exception occurred in an event handler, or the other end of the connection closed it first.
Clean up state here, but make sure to call back up to FileDescriptor.
Call this to cause this FileDescriptor to lose its connection. It will first write any data that it has buffered.
If there is data buffered yet to be written, this method will cause the transport to lose its connection as soon as it's done flushing its write buffer. If you have a producer registered, the connection won't be closed until the producer is finished. Therefore, make sure you unregister your producer when it's finished, or the connection will never close.
This is called when a producer has lost its connection, to tell the consumer to go lose its connection (and break potential circular references).
This tells a producer to re-add itself to the main loop and produce more data for its consumer.
Tells a producer that it has produced too much data to process for the time being, and to stop until resumeProducing() is called.