Remote Python Call (RPyC) is a transparent and symmetric Python library for RPC and distributed computing. It supports synchronous and asynchronous operation, callbacks, secure remote services, and transparent object proxying.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Python Modules Networking Testing Clustering/Distributed Networks|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release, fixing some issues concerning introspection, ForkingServer and signals, IronPython and signals, and SSH on Windows. It also introduces optional logging of exceptions that occur over the RPyC connection to the server's logger (or any other logger instance given in the connection's configuration).
Release Notes: This release fixes many issues with Python 3 compatibility.
Release Notes: Python 3 support. New documentation and site. Many bugfixes/ SSH tunneling support. TLSlite support has been dropped.
Release Notes: This release brings many improvements, bugfixes, better testing and better coding conventions, and a wide range of Python support (CPython 2.4-2.7, IronPython, and Jython).
Release Notes: This release is a major redesign of the library, adding security through capabilities, services, and bugfixes. Full documentation and tutorials (including a screencast) are now available online.