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A modular, loosely coupled micro-framework built on top of Tornado simplifying the creation of web applications and RabbitMQ workers

Project description

A loosely coupled framework built on top of Tornado. Take what you need to build
awesome applications.

The core `sprockets` packages offers only the command line application for
invoking Sprockets controllers such as the HTTP and AMQP controllers.

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CLI Usage

usage: sprockets [-h] [-l] [-d] [-s] [-v] [--version]
{http,amqp} ... application

positional arguments:
{http,amqp} Available sprockets application controllers
http HTTP Application Controller
amqp RabbitMQ Worker Controller
application The sprockets app to run

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-l, --list List installed sprockets apps
-s, --syslog Log to syslog
-v, --verbose Verbose logging output, use -vv for DEBUG level logging
--version show program's version number and exit

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