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WebSockets for bottle

Project description

This project adds websocket capabilities to [bottle](http://bottlepy.org), leveraging [gevent-websocket](http://www.gelens.org/code/gevent-websocket/) and [gevent](http://www.gevent.org/).

### Install
Use `pip` or `easy_install`:

pip install bottle-websocket

### Usage
Usage is pretty straight-forward, just import the server and plugin:

from bottle.ext.websocket import GeventWebSocketServer
from bottle.ext.websocket import websocket

You can use the websocket plugin to turn routes websocket handlers, the websocket is passed to the route as the first argument:

@get('/websocket', apply=[websocket])
def echo(ws):
while True:
msg = ws.receive()
if msg is not None:
ws.send(msg)
else: break

And then use the provided server:

run(host='127.0.0.1', port=8080, server=GeventWebSocketServer)

### Contributors
- [zeekay](https://github.com/zeekay)
- [xeross](https://github.com/xeross)

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