Naive timed execution of custom handlers in multiple threads
Naive Python Runner
What does it do?
naivepyrunner is library to schedule a small amount of timed tasks that may need to perform repeatedly. It does not claim to always choose the right execution order of those tasks to minimize the overall delay if it is running under limited ressources, but it does try to do so.
How does it work?
Why is it naive?
The runner assumes that the list with yet to execute tasks does not change while calculating the optimal position for the task. This may lead to not optimal positioning
Install it via
pip install naivepyrunner -U
Clone this repo and build it yourself:
pip install wheel -U # clone via https git clone https://github.com/henningjanssen/naivepyrunner.git # or via ssh git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:henningjanssen/naivepyrunner.git cd naivepyrunner # install via pip pip install . # or register as developed package python setup.py develop # or build the package and place it with your packages make
# build it yourself docker build -t naivepyrunner . docker run -v$PWD:/app naivepyrunner python myapp.py # or use the prebuilt container docker run -v$PWD:/app henningj/naivepyrunner python myapp.py
Extend your Dockerfile:
FROM henningj/naivepyrunner:latest [...] python myapp.py
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