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The cross-platform tool to work with remote connection using sockets

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The cross-platform simple tool to work with remote server through sockets. It can establish socket connection to a remote host:port, send commands and receive response. No need to send byte-string. Use usual strings to send command.


For most users, the recommended method to install is via pip:

pip install psocket

or from source:

python install


from psocket import SocketClient


from psocket import SocketClient

client = SocketClient(host='', port=3261)
from psocket import SocketClient

client = SocketClient(host='', port=3261)


1.0.0a4 (15.01.2020)
  • added init docstring
  • init notation changed:
    • host is string
    • port is integer
1.0.0a3 (14.01.2020)
  • removed timeout from socket connection
  • greeting and socket_response now are private methods
1.0.0a2 (13.01.2020)

Reverted "client". Now it is attribute again to keep session alive

1.0.0a1 (13.01.2020)
  • Now connection creates with client property
  • New methods added:
    • is_host_available()
    • get_sock_name()
    • get_peer_name()
1.0.0a0 (13.01.2020)
  • initial commit

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