1. James Mills
  2. circuits

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Updated .coveragerc to reflect protocol package structure
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Fixed Docker Image Build
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Updated .hgchurn aliases to include j.mills@griffith.edu.au
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Added tag 3.1 for changeset b7ca6f72b8e6
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Switch to using python's distutils for isntalling and testing since Fabric doesn't support Python 3+ at this time :/
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Fixed bug in circuits.web.url.parse_url() that caused a
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Use crux/python:onbuild as a base image
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Updated version to 2.1.1dev and CopyRight year
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Fixed MANIFEST
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Use rm -rf {} + to clean up __pycache__ dirs
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README.md edited online with Bitbucket
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Fixed requires.io badge
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Imported some project infrastructure things form mio
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Improved Docker Image and added a fig.yml spec
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Updated dev requirements
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Fixed Docker Image Build
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Re-added setup.cfg for upload_sphinx config
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Cleaned up setup.py
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Fixed skip_missing_interpreters configuration optin in tox config

NOTE: We've moved to Github at: https://github.com/circuits/circuits

circuits is a Lightweight Event driven and Asynchronous Application Framework for the Python Programming Language with a strong Component Architecture.

circuits also includes a lightweight, high performance and scalable HTTP/WSGI compliant web server as well as various I/O and Networking components.

Latest Version

Supported Python Versions

Supported Python implementations

Development Status

Number of Downloads

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Examples

Features

  • event driven
  • concurrency support
  • component architecture
  • asynchronous I/O components
  • no required external dependencies
  • full featured web framework (circuits.web)
  • coroutine based synchronization primitives

Requirements

Supported Platforms

  • Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Windows
  • Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4
  • pypy 2.0, 2.1, 2.2

Installation

The simplest and recommended way to install circuits is with pip. You may install the latest stable release from PyPI with pip:

> pip install circuits

If you do not have pip, you may use easy_install:

> easy_install circuits

Alternatively, you may download the source package from the PyPi Page or the Downloads Page extract it and install using:

> python setup.py install

note

You can install the development version
via pip install circuits==dev.

License

circuits is licensed under the MIT License.

Feedback

We welcome any questions or feedback about bugs and suggestions on how to improve circuits. Let us know what you think about circuits. @pythoncircuits.

Do you have suggestions for improvement? Then please Create an Issue with details of what you would like to see. I'll take a look at it and work with you to either incorporate the idea or find a better solution.

Community

There is also a small community of circuits enthusiasts that you may find on the #circuits IRC Channel on the FreeNode IRC Network and the Mailing List.