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Getting Started

There's some good documentation up at:

Here's something you can try right on the command line:

% python >>> import eventlet >>> from import urllib2 >>> gt = eventlet.spawn(urllib2.urlopen, '') >>> gt2 = eventlet.spawn(urllib2.urlopen, '') >>> gt2.wait() >>> gt.wait()

Also, look at the examples in the examples directory.

Building the Docs Locally

To build a complete set of HTML documentation, you must have Sphinx, which can be found at (or installed with easy_install sphinx)

cd doc make html

The built html files can be found in doc/_build/html afterward.

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