python-pushy 0.5.3-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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python-pushy (0.5.3-1ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

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 -- Graham Inggs <email address hidden>  Sun, 17 Jan 2016 08:21:26 +0200

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Graham Inggs on 2016-01-17
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python-pushy: Simple interface for connecting two python interpreters

 Pushy provides applicaton developers with a simple interface for
 connecting two Python interpreters, either on the local host, or
 over a network. Once connected, the interpreters may access objects
 in each other, as if they were local. Where objects are mutable
 (i.e. may change over time), then objects are “proxied”. This means
 that a local object is created that mirrors the remote object,
 and sends all local function/attribute access calls to the remote
 object. Special care has been taken to proxy builtin types properly,
 so that proxied objects may be passed to Python’s various builtin
 functions.
 .
 Pushy contains multiple transports for connecting interpreters, as
 well as a means for users to provide their own transport modules.
 Builtin transports are provided for connecting to local interpreters,
 and to remote interpreters via SSH, named pipes (using SMB) on
 Microsoft Windows, and over plain old TCP/IP sockets (using daemon).
 .
 One of the most useful features of Pushy is that it will take care
 of starting the target Python interpreter for you, depending on
 which transport is selected. Of particular note, the SSH transport
 will start a remote Python interpreter and initialise a Pushy
 connection, without having Pushy installed on the remote system.
 Similarly, the local transport will create a new Python interpreter
 on the local host.