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python events non-blocking

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# BasicEvents
python basic events send non-blocking

## Install
pip install basicevents

## Example

```python
# recommeded check all examples
from basicevents import subscribe, send

@subscribe("pepito")
def example(*args, **kwargs):
print "recv signal, values:", args, kwargs

def bla_bla():
# much code
# add to queue signals (non-blocking)
send("pepito", 1, 2, 3, example="added queue")
# create new thread for this request (non-blocking) not removing key instant
send("pepito", 1, 2, 3, example="new thread", instant=True)

bla_bla()
```

## Documentation functions
Only two functions!

@subscribe(<name event>)
With this decorator you can subscribe to all events that are sent to <name event>

send(<name event>, *args, **kwargs)
If caught in a parameter called instant in kwargs with True call is placed in a new thread

* Note: Currently running as thread to allow sharing of memory, if you want an event to use more CPU (cores), you can run processes within the event.

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