a python module that make multiprocess programming and IPC extremely simple.
remoteD is a python module that make multiprocess programming and IPC extremely simple. Each process has access to a shared datastore maintained by a remoteD server. remoteD servers are auto created for you when your first process creates a share stub.
released on 18 February 2004
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