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Using python with C Library

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hi there,
i got the following problem: I have a set of compiled C files, providing
a API for a special encryption / decrytion of messages to be exchanged
over the internet, well documented and with a lot of programming
examples of how to work with it and its functions (in this case the
examples are all in C). Now i want to use it with twisted/python
together, to have all the advantages of twisted (especially the reactor
instead of threading, deferred and so on), but the C API to do the last
step before messages are send out.

The C API should just play some kind of middleware between the tcp-ip
protokoll and the twisted server. Is it possible to extending python /
twisted with that library by "just import" them?

Any kind of advice / suggestions would help

thanks
J.F.
Jul 18 '05 #1
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