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A library for transparently accessing objects in a remote Python interpreter

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Pushy is a Python library for allowing one to connect to a remote Python interpreter, and transparently access objects in that interpreter as if they were objects within the local interpreter.

Pushy has the novel ability to execute a remote Python interpreter and start a request servicing loop therein, without requiring any custom Python libraries (including Pushy) to be initially present. To accomplish this, Pushy requires an SSH daemon to be present on the remote machine.

Pushy was initially developed to simplify automated testing to the point that testing software on remote machines becomes little different to testing on the local machine.

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