Pyro 3.7 (remote objects)

Irmen de Jong irmen.NOSPAM at
Sat May 19 16:04:27 CEST 2007

I'm happy to announce Pyro 3.7 --
Python's own powerful remote method invocation technology!

You can get it via, then go to the SF project homepage 
download area.

This is a small improvement release since Pyro 3.6.

New stuff:
- bdist_rpm typo fix in setup.cfg
- renamed all batch files with 'pyro-' prefix to avoid name clashes
    (debian package already had this)
- NS broadcast retries are a bit faster now
- Pyro.core.SynchronizedObjBase now correctly handles string exceptions
- the NS nt service won't respond to shutdown requests anymore
- wxnsc updated to recent WxPython API, deprecation warning is gone

Have fun, and thanks for your interest, support, and feedback!

--Irmen de Jong

---> What is Pyro?
Pyro is an acronym for PYthon Remote Objects. Pyro is an advanced and powerful 
Distributed Object Technology system written entirely in Python, that is designed to be 
very easy to use.

It is extremely easy to implement a distributed system with Pyro, because all network 
communication code is abstracted and hidden from your application. You just get a remote 
Python object and invoke methods on the object on the other machine.

Pyro offers you a Name Server, an Event Service, mobile objects, remote exceptions, 
dynamic proxies, remote attribute access, automatic reconnection, a very good and 
detailed manual, and many examples to get you started right away.

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