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Simplified Asyncio Event Management
Asyncio offers a lot of utilities that provide thread-safe execution of coroutines and synchronous functions. However, there isn't any one "unified" way of emitting/catching events accross threads.
aioevt - After creating the manager, you can emit 'global' events in a thread-safe way. Callbacks can be both registered and emitted from any thread. This allows you to very easily share objects through multithreaded HTTP servers such as Sanic or Vibora.
Create a manager
Register an event
def register(self, name: str, func: Callable, loop: asyncio.AbstractEventLoop=None, recurring: bool=True): """ Register a global event to be triggered from a provided event loop when a named event is emitted. :param name: event name. :param func: callable function to be called when an event is emitted :param loop: the loop from which you want the callback to be executed :param recurring: whether or not the event should be re-registered after it is """
Emitting an event
def emit(self, name: str, *args): """ Non-blocking function to emit a signal with arbitrary parameters. This can execute both synchronous or asynchronous callbacks. :param name: event name :param args: additional event arguments :return None """
Waiting for an event
@asyncio.coroutine def wait(self, name: str, timeout: float=None): """ Wait until an event fures and return the emit parameters :param name: Event Name :param loop: the event loop :param timeout: the maximum time (in seconds) to wait before it raises an exception :return the parameters passed to `emit` :raises asyncio.TimeoutError when necessary """
Unregistering an event
def unregister(self, name=None, func=None): """ Unregister an event NOTE: by name is significantly faster than by function since it just needs to do a single lookup. Unregistering an event via callback means it needs to iterate through ALL events. :param name: Event name :param func: callback function :return None """
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