Pyro 4.1 released

Irmen de Jong irmen.NOSPAM at
Mon Jun 28 22:37:01 CEST 2010

Pyro 4.1
I'm pleased to announce the release of Pyro 4.1!

Detailed info here:
(a page about migration from Pyro 3.x is included)

Download Pyro 4.1 here:

License: MIT software license.

What is Pyro?
PYthon Remote Objects provides a very easy way of remote communication
between python objects somewhere in a network. It enables you to do
remote method calls on objects as if they were normal local objects.
Objects can be located by a direct identifier or indirectly by logical,
humanly-readable names that are managed in a name server.
Pyro is designed to be simple (but powerful) so it's only a manner of
adding a few lines of code to ignite your objects.
Simple example:

The most important changes compared to Pyro 4.0 are:

- socketserver now also implements handleRequests for external event loops
- external event loop has been changed slightly, see the updated eventloop
      example for usage example
- threadpool server now has a pool of worker threads that grows/shrinks
      as needed, between configurable limits
- added @Pyro.callback decorator to be able to raise callback exceptions
      locally as well as on the caller side.

Irmen de Jong

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