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Python 3.4 asyncio chat server example
from socket import socket, SO_REUSEADDR, SOL_SOCKET
from asyncio import Task, coroutine, get_event_loop
class Peer(object):
def __init__(self, server, sock, name):
self.loop = server.loop
self.name = name
self._sock = sock
self._server = server
Task(self._peer_handler())
def send(self, data):
return self.loop.sock_sendall(self._sock, data.encode('utf8'))
@coroutine
def _peer_handler(self):
try:
yield from self._peer_loop()
except IOError:
pass
finally:
self._server.remove(self)
@coroutine
def _peer_loop(self):
while True:
buf = yield from self.loop.sock_recv(self._sock, 1024)
if buf == b'':
break
self._server.broadcast('%s: %s' % (self.name, buf.decode('utf8')))
class Server(object):
def __init__(self, loop, port):
self.loop = loop
self._serv_sock = socket()
self._serv_sock.setblocking(0)
self._serv_sock.setsockopt(SOL_SOCKET, SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
self._serv_sock.bind(('',port))
self._serv_sock.listen(5)
self._peers = []
Task(self._server())
def remove(self, peer):
self._peers.remove(peer)
self.broadcast('Peer %s quit!\n' % (peer.name,))
def broadcast(self, message):
for peer in self._peers:
peer.send(message)
@coroutine
def _server(self):
while True:
peer_sock, peer_name = yield from self.loop.sock_accept(self._serv_sock)
peer_sock.setblocking(0)
peer = Peer(self, peer_sock, peer_name)
self._peers.append(peer)
self.broadcast('Peer %s connected!\n' % (peer.name,))
def main():
loop = get_event_loop()
Server(loop, 1234)
loop.run_forever()
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
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