Pyro 4.8 released

Irmen de Jong irmen at
Fri Jul 15 18:46:50 CEST 2011


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Pyro 4.8 has been released!

Get it from Pypi:

The most important changes in this version:

* Major additions to the documentation: tutorials, API docs, and much more.
* Unix domain socket support. Added unixdomainsock example.
* Fix in name server when dealing with multiple network interfaces.
* API change: async callbacks have been changed into a more general "call chain".

Pyro = Python Remote Objects. It is a library that enables you to build applications in
which objects can talk to each other over the network, with minimal programming effort.
You can just use normal Python method calls, with almost every possible parameter and
return value type, and Pyro takes care of locating the right object on the right
computer to execute the method. It is designed to be very easy to use, and to generally
stay out of your way. But it also provides a set of powerful features that enables you
to build distributed applications rapidly and effortlessly. Pyro is written in 100% pure
Python and therefore runs on many platforms and Python versions, including Python 3.x.


Irmen de Jong

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