Release Notes: This is a major feature release, with several new features and a great number of bugfixes. The IOCP reactor is now much improved, and many bugs have been resolved. Twisted may now be installed with easy_install. Many improvements were made to Trial, Twisted's unit testing system. A new memcache client protocol implementation was added. Much more was done.
Release Notes: This release includes many fixes for UDP and multicast stdio on Win32. Many bug fixes were made for Trial, and its support for a large number of previously deprecated APIs was dropped. Deferred Generators no longer leak their final result or exception. LoopingCall now supports functions which return Deferreds. A cooperative scheduler with pluggable policies has been added. Much of the API documentation has been improved and a new guide for developing producers and consumers has been added. This also includes new releases of Conch, Mail, Names, Words, and Web.
Release Notes: An SFTP server implementation for the SSH server was added. wxPython support was improved. IMAPv4 enhancements and bugfixes were made. Display of tracebacks in error web pages may now be disabled. An ident protocol implementation (client and server) was added. Mapping arbitrary child FDs when running processes on POSIX is now supported. Initial SOAP client support was written (using SOAPpy). Partial download support for the FTP client was added. The web framework now supports different handlers for different methods (such as GET or POST). Coverage support was added in the trial testing framework.
Release Notes: This release adds a new package, twisted.application, an updated deployment and configuration library. The reactor now supports Mac OS X GUI event loop integration (requires PyObjC). New howtos, including a tutorial, and more Web framework docs are included. The documentation is now better organized, up-to-date with the latest APIs, and in some areas much more extensive.
Release Notes: This release adds client Jabber support, new DOM-like and XPath-like API implementations, and other new features. Major improvements were made to the email protocols (IMAP, SMTP, and POP3), as well as to the authentication backend, cred, which is now used by most protocols. The Woven Web templating is now significantly faster.
Release Notes: This version includes enhanced component support and logging and IMAP support. In addition, the documentation for the Web framework is much enhanced. Python 2.1 is no longer supported - Python 2.2 is the minimal required version.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release adds Lore, a documentation generation framework supporting HTML and LaTeX, initial SOAP support, a rewritten UDP API, multicast support, better Tk integration, a rewritten DNS protocol (both client and server), virtual hosting utilities for twisted.web, large amounts of work on the Woven Web templating system, syslog logging, GUI equivalents of the commandline mktap and twistd programs, much-improved and expanded documentation, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version features improved HTTP support, bugfixes, caching APIs, and WOVEN (a Web templating system, formerly known as DOMTemplate). microdom, a very small DOM implementation was added, along with an inetd server. epydoc is now used for API documentation. RDBMS storage was added to the NNTP server, and the NNTP protocol support was improved. The process-running API was finalized, a huge numbers of bugfixes and feature improvements were made, and better documentation has been added.
Release Notes: This release includes a major rewrite of twisted.internet to a much better API, much improved error handling in the remote-object system, PerspectiveBroker, new XML persistence for hand-editable configuration, much-improved twisted.mail, improvements to the GUI and stability of Twisted Instance Messenger, more documentation, and the usual round of bugfixes.