Pants is a lightweight framework for writing asynchronous network applications in Python. Pants is simple, fast and very good-looking.
Pants is available under the Apache License, Version 2.0
Pants can be installed using pip:
pip install pants
You can also grab the latest code from the git repository:
git clone git://github.com/ecdavis/pants
Pants requires Python 2.6+ - Python 3 is not yet supported.
Pants has a small but active community of developers who congregate in the IRC channel #pantsmud on irc.freenode.net.
Here's an absurdly simple example - Hello World:
from pants import Connection, engine, Server class Hello(Connection): def on_connect(self): self.write("Hello, World!\r\n") self.end() Server(Hello).listen() engine.start()
Want a stupidly fast web server? Got you covered:
from pants import engine from pants.web import Application, HTTPServer app = Application() @app.route('/') def hello(): return "Hello, World!" HTTPServer(app).listen() engine.start()