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Ivy: a lightweight software bus

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Ivy: a lightweight software bus

Ivy is a lightweight software bus for quick-prototyping protocols. It allows applications to broadcast information through text messages, with a subscription mechanism based on regular expressions.

This is the python implementation. A lot of materials, including libraries for many languages are available from the Ivy Home Page.

Supported versions of python are: 2.7+, 3.x

Documentation

Documentation is available at https://ivy-python.readthedocs.io/.

Upgrading from v1.x

v2.0 adds an additional argument to callbacks. If you're upgrading from ivy-python 1.x, be sure to read the v2.0 compatibility notes in the online documentation).

Contributors

The following people have participated to the project, by reporting bugs, proposing new features and/or proposing patches, proposing the hosting svn & web servers (before we switched to gitlab), etc.

By chronological order:

  • Frédéric Cadier
  • Marcellin Buisson
  • Yannick Jestin
  • Olivier Fourdan
  • Olivier Saal
  • Gwenael Bothorel
  • Jiri Borovec
  • Nicolas Courtel
  • Fabien André
  • Bohdan Mushkevych
  • Antoine Drouin
  • Felix Ruess
  • Aurélien Pardon
  • Duminda Ratnayake
  • Mathieu Cousy
  • Fabien-B
  • Alexandre Duchevet

Thank you!

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