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Event dispatch in Python 3.5 using asyncio

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# accordian 0.2.0

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Event dispatch in Python 3.5 using asyncio

# Installation

`pip install accordian`

# Getting Started

import asyncio
import accordian
import random

loop = asyncio.new_event_loop()

dispatch = accordian.Dispatch(loop=loop)
dispatch.register("my_event", ["id", "value"])

async def handle(id, value):
sleep = 5.0 * random.random()
print("Handling `my_event(id={})` in {} seconds.".format(id, sleep))
await asyncio.sleep(sleep, loop=loop)
print("`Completed my_event(id={})`!".format(id))

ids = range(4)
values = [random.random() for _ in ids]
for id, value in zip(ids, values):
params = {"id": id, "value": value}
dispatch.trigger("my_event", params)

loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.sleep(0.01, loop=loop))


# Contributing
Contributions welcome! Please make sure `tox` passes (including flake8) before submitting a PR.

### Development
accordian uses `tox`, `pytest` and `flake8`. To get everything set up:

# RECOMMENDED: create a virtualenv with:
# mkvirtualenv accordian
git clone
pip install tox

### TODO

* ?

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