luiss Newbie Poster

Hello all,

I recently started using Python to test a Bluetooth Push application prototype and everything was working great until threading. I wonder if someone knows how to start multiple threads of connectpush() with Obexftp running under Linux?
So far with the code below I have to wait until the first client connection gets close to start the next connection and I need to start many push connections at once.

The strange part is that the threads are working for obexftp.browsebt() method so I get push channels in every
thread or maybe it's because we don't need to accept or deny a connection to read a push channel in a Bluetooth device.

Thank you for your help
Luis S.

import time
import obexftp
import threading

def discover():
	cli = obexftp.client(obexftp.BLUETOOTH)
	clientes = cli.discover()
	radios = len(clientes)
	cli.disconnect()
	cli.delete
	return clientes

class pushfile(threading.Thread):
	def __init__(self,mac):
		threading.Thread.__init__(self)
		self.mac = mac		

	def run(self):
		cli = obexftp.client(obexftp.BLUETOOTH)
		canal = obexftp.browsebt(self.mac,obexftp.PUSH)
		time.sleep(1)
		print "Connected to push channel: ",canal," of: ",self.mac
		time.sleep(1)
		
		cli.connectpush(self.mac,canal,'hci2')
		print "Sending file to: %s" % self.mac
		enviado = cli.put_file("filename.jpg")
		if enviado == 1:
			print "Send to: %s" % self.mac
		cli.disconnect()
		cli.delete
		time.sleep(1)

start = time.time()
devicelist = []

dispositivos = discover()
radios = len(dispositivos)
print dispositivos
print radios

for i in range(radios):
	mac = dispositivos[i]
	t = pushfile(mac)
	devicelist.append(t)	
	t.start()

for push in devicelist:
	push.join()
	print "Thread ended for: ",push.mac

print "Elapsed Time: %s" % (time.time() - start)