I have a simple txWeb service with endpoints:
"hello world %s" % time.time()
"hello %s" % time.time()
onto a 0MQ pub/sub socket
Hear waits for a message to happen on the 0MQ pub/sub socket and than publishes it.
Now say I’ve got 4 browser windows open: 1 called index, 2 are blocking on hear, and finally I call say.
I expected both hears to end their blocking state and print the same “hello 1234” message BUT instead the first hear returns while the second one stays blocking.
This took me a bit to debug BUT what happens is that the first /hear blocks on its call to the server while the second is QUEUED INSIDE CHROME and never calls the server. It’s only after the first one completes ( timeout or success ) that the second one calls the server.