asyncoro is a Python framework for developing concurrent, distributed programming with asynchronous completions and coroutines. asyncoro features include asynchronous (non-blocking) sockets, efficient polling mechanisms epoll, kqueue, /dev/poll, Windows IO Completion Ports for high performance and scalability, SSL for security, asynchronous timers, locking primitives, database cursor operations, communicating coroutines with messages, channels for broadcasting messages, remote execution of coroutines, hot-swapping coroutine functions, and more. Programs developed with asyncoro have same logic and structure as programs with threads, except for a few syntactic changes. Coroutines exchanging messages can be local or distributed in many asyncoro instances across network.
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