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must contain “foo”, might contain “bar” and must not contain “baz”:
+foo bar -baz
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Results provided by Lunr.js
A kqueue()/kevent() based implementation of the Twisted main loop.
To use this reactor, start your application specifying the kqueue reactor:
twistd --reactor kqueue ...
To install the event loop from code (and you should do this before any connections, listeners or connectors are added):
from twisted.internet import kqreactor kqreactor.install()
||A reactor that uses kqueue(2)/kevent(2) and relies on Python 2.6 or higher which has built in support for kqueue in the select module.|
||Install the kqueue() reactor.|
||An interface for KQueue implementations.|