``pysolr-tornado`` is a Python library providing access to [Apache Solr](https://lucene.apache.org/solr/)
via Tornado coroutines.
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This project is a fork of `pysolr`, hosted on GitHub at https://github.com/toastdriven/pysolr We
offer a few minor improvements over `pysolr`, but we attempt to keep the APIs identical. However,
it is impossible to offer a compatible API because Tornado coroutines are coroutines, and must
therefore be used with Python's `yield` keyword.
If you are trying to decide between `pysolr` and `pysolr-tornado`, we recommend `pysolr` unless you
are already sure that you want to use Tornado.
With ``pysolr-tornado`` 4.0, the version numbers no longer correspond meaningfully to upstream
versions. We made the decision to jump to a new major release because of the refactoring of the
:class:`Results` class, which we view as backward incompatible. We sympathize with the upstream's
decision to release this as a point release, because it is such a minor change in most situations,
but it broke our client application and it may break yours too.
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