An actor based programming framework
Pypes provides a framework for building component oriented architectures. It falls under the paradigm of Flow-Based Programming in which applications are defined as networks of “black box” processes, which exchange data across predefined connections called ports. These black box processes can be reconnected endlessly to form different applications without having to be changed internally. The concept is very similar, if not identical, to that of Unix pipes.
Pypes is designed to build applications in a more data centric manner where data flow is more prominent than control flow.
For detailed information regarding Flow-Based Programming concepts please see J. Paul Morrison’s Book titled Flow-Based Programming.
- Multi-Processor Support
- Micro-Thread Architecture
- Component Based
- Cross Platform
- Open Source
- Web 2.0 Interface
- Stackless Python 2.6.x
1.1.0 - Released March 4, 2010
- Fixes build issues due to Pylons version bump
1.0.0 -Released February 14, 2010
- Final stable release.
- Merges pypesvds which is now deprecated
0.1.0b2 - Released August 15, 2009
- Added recvall() which returns an interator over the port buffer
- Added api-docs
- Added examples
0.1.0b1 - Released August 10, 2009
- Initial release
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