Source code for pyee

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

"""
pyee supplies a ``EventEmitter`` class that is similar to the
``EventEmitter`` class from Node.js. In addition, it supplies the subclasses
``AsyncIOEventEmitter``, ``TwistedEventEmitter`` and ``ExecutorEventEmitter``
for supporting async and threaded execution with asyncio, twisted, and
concurrent.futures Executors respectively, as supported by the environment.


Example
-------

::

    In [1]: from pyee import EventEmitter

    In [2]: ee = EventEmitter()

    In [3]: @ee.on('event')
       ...: def event_handler():
       ...:     print('BANG BANG')
       ...:

    In [4]: ee.emit('event')
    BANG BANG

    In [5]:

"""

from warnings import warn

from pyee._base import EventEmitter, PyeeException


[docs]class BaseEventEmitter(EventEmitter): def __init__(self): warn( DeprecationWarning( "pyee.BaseEventEmitter is deprecated and will be removed in a " "future major version; you should instead use pyee.EventEmitter." ) ) super(BaseEventEmitter, self).__init__()
__all__ = ["BaseEventEmitter", "EventEmitter", "PyeeException"] try: from pyee._asyncio import AsyncIOEventEmitter # noqa __all__.append("AsyncIOEventEmitter") except ImportError: pass try: from pyee._twisted import TwistedEventEmitter # noqa __all__.append("TwistedEventEmitter") except ImportError: pass try: from pyee._executor import ExecutorEventEmitter # noqa __all__.append("ExecutorEventEmitter") except ImportError: pass try: from pyee._trio import TrioEventEmitter # noqa __all__.append("TrioEventEmitter") except (ImportError, SyntaxError): pass