RPyC Development Blog

Splitbrain Python posted on August 14, 2012
I was working together with a colleague on a complex distributed test-automation solution on top of RPyC, and we looked for a way to make our existing codebase RPyC-friendly (without...
Some Notes on RPyC 3.2.x posted on June 06, 2012
As I said in the previous blog post, I hoped for v3.2.2 to be the last release of the 3.2 line... Naturally, I was wrong :) Turns out the fix...
RPyC 3.2.2 Released posted on June 01, 2012
This is a maintenance release, fixing some issues concerning introspection, ForkingServer and signals, IronPython and signals, and SSH on Windows. It also introduces optional logging of exceptions that occur over...
RPyC 3.2.1 Released posted on March 04, 2012
This is a maintenance release, fixing some minor bugs and resolving some issues with Python 3 compatibility. More on the change log. Python 2.x: it's advisable to upgrade to this...
RPyC Moves to a New Site posted on August 29, 2011
RPyC is in the process of migrating from http://rpyc.wikidot.com to it's new (and hopefully final) location at http://rpyc.sourceforge.net. Wikidot had served us well, and was easy to maintain, but they...
Python is Messy posted on May 07, 2011
A couple of days ago, Rudiger, a user of RPyC found a rather surprising bug, that in turn revealed just how gruesome python's inner workings are. Rudiger was working with...