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jfhbrook
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A port of Node.js's EventEmitter to python

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pyee

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pyee supplies a

EventEmitter
object that is similar to the
EventEmitter
class from Node.js. It also supplies a number of subclasses with added support for async and threaded programming in python, such as async/await as seen in python 3.5+.

Docs:

Autogenerated API docs, including basic installation directions and examples, can be found at https://pyee.readthedocs.io .

Development:

See

DEVELOPMENT.rst
.

Changelog:

See

CHANGELOG.rst
.

Contributors:

See

CONTRIBUTORS.rst
.

License:

MIT/X11, see

LICENSE
.

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