pgiri at yahoo
Apr 6, 2012, 8:21 AM
Post #1 of 1
I posted this message earlier to the list, but realized that URLs appear
[ANN]: asyncoro: Framework for asynchronous programming with coroutines
broken with '.' at the end of URL. Sorry for that mistake and this duplicate!
asyncoro is a framework for developing concurrent programs with
asynchronous event completions and coroutines. Asynchronous
completions currently implemented in asyncoro are socket I/O
operations, sleep timers, (conditional) event notification and
semaphores. Programs developed with asyncoro will have same logic as
Python programs with synchronous sockets and threads, except for a few
syntactic changes. asyncoro supports polling mechanisms epoll, kqueue,
/dev/poll (and poll and select if necessary), and Windows I/O
Completion Ports (IOCP) for high performance and scalability, and SSL
More details about asyncoro are at
http://dispy.sourceforge.net/asyncoro.html and can be downloaded from
asyncoro is used in development of dispy (http://dispy.sourceforge.net), which is a
framework for parallel execution of computations by distributing them
across multiple processors on a single machine (SMP), multiple nodes
in a cluster, or large clusters of nodes. The computations can be
standalone programs or Python functions.
Both asyncoro and dispy have been tested with Python versions 2.7 and
3.2 under Linux, OS X and Windows.