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gevent is a coroutine -based Python networking library that uses greenlet to provide a high-level synchronous API on top of the libev or libuv event loop. gevent is inspired by eventlet but features a more consistent API, simpler implementation and better performance. Read why others use gevent and check out the list of the open source projects based on gevent. Since version 1.1, gevent is maintained by Jason Madden for NextThought with help from the contributors and is licensed under the MIT license. API that re-uses concepts from the Python standard library (for examples there are events and queues). Cooperative DNS queries performed through a threadpool, dnspython, or c-ares. Monkey patching utility to get 3rd party modules to become cooperative. When monkey patching, it is recommended to do so as early as possible in the lifetime of the process. If possible, monkey patching should be the first lines executed.
- Fast event loop based on libev or libuv
- Lightweight execution units based on greenlets
- Cooperative sockets with SSL support
- TCP/UDP/HTTP servers
- Subprocess support (through gevent.subprocess)
- Thread pools
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