Announcing Pushy 0.5

axwalk axwalk at
Mon May 23 13:31:04 CEST 2011


I am pleased to announce the release of Pushy 0.5. This is a
stable release, focusing on bug fixes, performance, and a few
sugary feature additions.

You can read about what's new in 0.5 here:

Andrew Wilkins.

What is Pushy?

Pushy is a Python package for connecting Python interpreters,
providing each one access to objects in the other. Pushy
provides the novel ability to spawn and connect to Python
interpreters not only on the local host, but also on remote
hosts via SSH, requiring nothing but Python and a running SSH
daemon on the remote host.

Pushy also provides a simple Java API, which Java applications
can use to spawn and connect to Python processes and
access objects within them.

Python support is currently restricted to 2.4.x - 2.7.x. The
Pushy Java API supports Java 1.4+.

Pushy is released exclusively under the MIT License.

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