asyncthreads / README.txt

Asynchronous Threads Utility -- asyncthreads

The asyncthreads module provides common threading design patterns and utilities
needed for asynchronous and multithreaded programming.  This includes a thread
pool and a reactor, which together combine to create a highly reliable
concurrent event processing system.

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The asyncthreads package is installed from source using distutils in the usual way.  Download the `source distribution <>`_ first.  Un-tar the source tarball and run the following to install the package site-wide:

``python install``


Using the ThreadPool and Reactor is as simple as creating an instance and submitting work::

 r = Reactor()
 r.start(), (transport, event_id))
 r.call_later(300, five_min_sync_check, (param1, param2))
 r.call_in_thread_later(600, ten_min_async_check, (param1, param2))

See the `documentation <>`_ for details.

For example usage, look in the ``examples`` and ``test`` directories in `src <>`_.


 - Python 2.7 or greater

Development Tools

Development tools are only required for doing development work and running

 - mercurial
 - py.test
 - pychecker

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