- Brine - A simple and fast serialization format for immutable data (numbers, string,
tuples, etc.). Brine is the “over-the-wire” encoding format of RPyC.
- Vinegar - A configurable serializer for exceptions. Vinegar extracts the exception’s
details and stores them in a brine-friendly format.
- Streams - The stream layer (byte-oriented, platform-agnostic streams)
- Channel - The channel layer (framing and compression)
- Protocol - The RPyC protocol (
- Service - The RPyC service model
- Netref - Implementation of transparent object proxies (netrefs)
- Async - Asynchronous object proxies (netrefs)
- Server - The core implementation of RPyC servers; includes the implementation of
the forking and threaded servers.
- Registry - Implementation of the Service Registry; the registry is a bonjour-like
discovery agent, with which RPyC servers register themselves, and allows clients to locate
different servers by name.
- Authenticators - Implementation of two common authenticators, for SSL and TLSlite.
- Factories - general-purpose connection factories (over pipes, sockets, SSL, SSH,
- Classic - Classic-mode factories and utilities
- Helpers - Various helpers (
- Zero-Deploy RPyC - Deploy short-living RPyC servers on remote machines with ease - all you’ll
need is SSH access and a Python interpreter installed on the host
- Splitbrain Python - Run code on the local machine, but have it operating on a remote one! The splitbrain
context redirects all OS-level operations to the server, while “pure computation” remains on your local machine