Python Remote Call Module 0.0.3 reviewDownload
Python Remote Call Module allows to transparently work with remote object in a python program
Python Remote Call Module allows to transparently work with remote object in a python program.
To make this possible a kind of peer-to-peer design is used. Servers can be created explictly, as can clients by explicitly connecting to a server. If a client needs to have a server, e.g. so a reference to a local object can be passed to a remote destination, it is instantiated as needed.
Clients can have multiple connections. New connections are created when needed, e.g. when a remote reference to a new server is recieved.
This module is still in it's experimental phase, so it is kind of usable, but an awful lot of bugs is still in it, and quite a few parts are not coded yet, others aren't even designed yet.
Therefor lots of changes and outdated documentation should be expected.
What's New in This Release:
All previous stub objects have been replaced by a single stub object which uses on-demand retrieval of attributes of remote objects.
This way, the behavior of the stub object is much more flexible and smoother.
A first draft of an authentication framework has been implemented so PyRCall can support many different authentication methods.
Support for username/password-based authentication has been implemented.
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