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A library help to build tcp server/client application

Project description

A library based on asyncore, used to build tcp server/client application communicating each other with customized messages.

Examples

Server:

import asynmsg

@asynmsg.with_message_handler_config
class ServerSession(asynmsg.SessionS):

    @asynmsg.message_handler_config('Login')
    def on_Login(self, msg_id, msg_data):
        self.send_message('LoginAck', 'login success')

class Server(asynmsg.Server):
    session_class = ServerSession

Server(('127.0.0.1', 12345))
asynmsg.run_forever()

Client:

import asynmsg

@asynmsg.with_message_handler_config
class ClientSession(asynmsg.SessionC):
    def on_opened(self):
        asynmsg.SessionC.on_opened(self)
        self.send_message('Login', 'test1')

    @asynmsg.message_handler_config('LoginAck')
    def on_LoginAck(self, msg_id, msg_data):
        pass

class Client(asynmsg.ClientBlockConnect):
    session_class = ClientSession

client = Client(('127.0.0.1', 12345))
if client.is_started():
    asynmsg.run_forever()

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