[CentralOH] Socket library for Python 2.7?
mark at aufdencamp.com
Mon May 6 03:12:17 CEST 2013
I watched the video this afternoon that JEP posted on Guido van Rossum's
Keynote at Pycon 2013. He's working on a library called Tulip to be
added as a reference implementation to the standard library for Async
IO. It's meant to be capable of wrapping other event managers like
twisted and gevent. He specifically mentions the wrapped Socket methods
in Tulip. It sounds like its still pretty fresh, but the future.
A quick look at the Tulip PEP http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-3156/
specificly references not using the socket wrappers, in favor of using
the transport/protocols. Sounds like you might be interested in
checking out the Tulip Stream Protocols.
Hope my two cents was worth something.
Mark at Aufdencamp.com
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [CentralOH] Socket library for Python 2.7?
> From: Brandon Lorenz <blorenz at gmail.com>
> Date: Sun, May 05, 2013 8:44 pm
> To: "Mailing list for Central Ohio Python User Group (COhPy)"
> <centraloh at python.org>
> I am looking for a super library like Requests, but for Sockets. Would any
> of the libraries that Brian mentioned at the April meetup fit the bill?
> Does declaring ws:// just initiate a TCP socket listener that _any_ TCP
> connection can interface with -- not just Websockets? I am hoping to save
> some time with trial-and-error by requesting help here.
> CentralOH mailing list
> CentralOH at python.org
More information about the CentralOH