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Async Thrift server and client

Project description

Asyncio implementation for thrift protocol, which is heavily based on thriftpy2.

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Documentation: https://aiothrift.readthedocs.org/

Installation

$ pip install aiothrift

Usage example

Thrift file

service PingPong {
    string ping(),
    i64 add(1:i32 a, 2:i64 b),
}

Server

import asyncio
import aiothrift

pingpong_thrift = aiothrift.load('pingpong.thrift', module_name='pingpong_thrift')

class Dispatcher:
    def ping(self):
        return "pong"

    async def add(self, a, b):
        await asyncio.sleep(1)
        return a + b

async def main():
  server = await aiothrift.create_server(pingpong_thrift.PingPong, Dispatcher()))
  async with server:
      await server.serve_forever()

asyncio.run(main())

Client

import asyncio
import aiothrift

pingpong_thrift = aiothrift.load('pingpong.thrift', module_name='pingpong_thrift')

async def go():
    conn = await aiothrift.create_connection(pingpong_thrift.PingPong)
    print(await conn.ping())
    print(await conn.add(5, 6))
    conn.close()

asyncio.run(go())

Or use ConnectionPool

import asyncio
import aiothrift

pingpong_thrift = aiothrift.load('pingpong.thrift', module_name='pingpong_thrift')

async def go():
    client = await aiothrift.create_pool(pingpong_thrift.PingPong)
    print(await client.ping())
    print(await client.add(5, 6))
    client.close()
    await client.wait_closed()

asyncio.run(go())

It’s just that simple to begin with aiothrift, and you are not forced to use aiothrift on both server and client side. So if you already have a normal thrift server setup, feel free to create an async thrift client to communicate with that server.

Requirements

LICENSE

aiothrift is offered under the MIT license.

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