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Python Extension Module for Kernel Queues Steven Hazel <email@example.com> July 27, 2009 This is PyKQueue-MacOSX. It works with Twisted's kqreactor on Mac OS X, as of Twisted 8.2.0. You probably only need this if you're using Twisted or Python <2.6 on Mac OS X. This package should eventually become unnecessary, since kqueue support is included in the Python standard library as of 2.6: http://docs.python.org/library/select.html PyKQueue-MacOSX is based on PyKQueue 1.4, found here: http://ox.eicat.ca/~dgilbert/files/PyKQueue.html Which is in turn based on PyKQueue 1.1 through 1.3, found here: http://people.freebsd.org/~dwhite/PyKQueue/ I've added a setup.py and patches for OS X found here: http://d.hatena.ne.jp/perezvon/20070219/1171890423 That patch appears to be based on this one: http://twistedmatrix.com/documents/current/api/twisted.internet.kqreactor.html There's also a PyKQueue 2.0 in the Twisted repository, which is an API-incompatible update to this code. It aims to work on Mac OS X and FreeBSD, but is incompatible with the released version of Twisted as of 8.2.0. It can be found here: http://twistedmatrix.com/trac/browser/sandbox/foom/pykqueue -sah --- David Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2004-11-23 After a brief email dicussion with email@example.com, I took possession of this. I don't have the ambition he states below, but I needed to add several different event types. While adding the ones I required, I added others from the file. Doug White <firstname.lastname@example.org> July 18, 2000 This is an early version of a Python module to handle kernel queues (kqueues) as implemented by Johnathan Lemon (email@example.com). Information on the kqueue system and patches are at http://www.flugsvamp.com/~jlemon/fbsd/kq.txt. This version of PyKQueue, 1.2, supports the new kevent(2) API in FreeBSD 4.1-RELEASE and 5-CURRENT (osreldate 50011). Sam Rushing and I are working on a totally revamped version of this module that pushes all the code into C instead of the split system used here. The new module should be many times more efficient than this one. Stay tuned for details. Enjoy.