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nanoservice is a small Python library for writing lightweight networked services using nanomsg

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nanoservice is a small Python library for writing lightweight networked services using nanomsg

With nanoservice you can break up monolithic applications into small, specialized services which communicate with each other.

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Install

  1. Make sure you have the nanomsg library installed:
$ git clone git@github.com:nanomsg/nanomsg.git
$ ./configure
$ make
$ make check
$ sudo make install

For more details visit the official nanomsg repo

On OS X you can also do:

$ brew install nanomsg
  1. Install nanoservice:

From project directory

$ make install

Or via pip

$ pip install nanoservice (it's broken)

Example Usage

The service:

from nanoservice import Responder

def echo(msg):
    return msg

s = Responder('ipc:///tmp/service.sock')
s.register('echo', echo)
s.start()
$ python echo_service.py

The client:

from nanoservice import Requester

c = Requester('ipc:///tmp/service.sock')
res, err = c.call('echo', 'hello world’)
print('Result is {}'.format(res))
$ python my_client.py
$ Result is: hello world

Other

To run tests:

$ make test

To run benchmarks

$ make bench

Check out examples directory for more examples.

MIT Licensed

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