What is asyncoro?
asyncoro is a Python framework for developing concurrent, distributed programs with asynchronous completions and coroutines. Asynchronous completions implemented in asyncoro are socket I/O operations (non-blocking sockets), database cursors, sleep timers and locking primitives. Programs developed with asyncoro have same logic and structure as Python programs with threads, except for a few syntactic changes. asyncoro supports socket I/O notification mechanisms epoll, kqueue, /dev/poll (and poll and select, where necessary), and Windows I/O Completion Ports (IOCP) for high performance and scalability, and SSL for security. asyncoro also supports remote execution of coroutines, coroutines monitoring other coroutines etc., for distributed, fault-tolerant programming.
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