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Eventlet is a networking library written in Python. It achieves high scalability by using non-blocking io while at the same time retaining high programmer usability by using coroutines to make the non-blocking io operations appear blocking at the source code level.
The uWSGI project aims at developing a full stack for building (and hosting) clustered/distributed network applications. Mainly targeted at the web and its standards, it has been successfully used in a lot of different contexts. Thanks to its pluggable architecture it can be extended without ... [More]
Loggerhead is a web viewer for projects in bazaar. It can be used to navigate a branch history, annotate files, view patches, perform searches, etc. It's originally based on bazaar-webserve, which is itself based on hgweb for Mercurial.
httpy is middleware to smooth over WSGI's most glaring warts. It barely hides start_response/return under a Response object. WSGI is a low-level web programming standard for Python.
IntroductionKineta is a non-SQL-based relational database which is designed to stay out of your way and make your life easier. For much more information on what Kineta is all about, see the WhyKineta wiki page. To start using Kineta, see GettingStarted. Reference Documentation is now also ... [More]
IntroductionTesting a WSGI application normally involves starting a server at a local host and port, then pointing your test code to that address. Instead, this library lets you intercept calls to any specific host/port combination and redirect them into a WSGI application importable by your test ... [More]
IntroductionAspen is a Python webserver. Aspen is framework-agnostic and relies heavily on WSGI. Aspen is fast enough. Roadmap 0.3 -- First public release (November, 2006) 0.4 -- Pure WSGI (December, 2006) 0.5 -- Auto-restart; directory handlers (December, 2006) 0.6 -- Daemonization ... [More]