DHT for Python 3.x?

Discussion in 'Python' started by Salim Fadhley, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. There are plenty of good DHT projects for Python 2.x, however from
    what I can tell none of them have made the jump to 3.x yet.

    I'm really keen to support Python 3.x for a project I'm working on. I
    know that many developers (correctly) consider switching to Python 3
    foolish since it is less supported at the moment, but nevertheless I
    am keen to carry on.

    So can somebody recommend me a working implementation of a DHT which
    will work on Python 3.x and preferably Python 2.6 as well.

    Thanks
    Salim Fadhley, Nov 10, 2009
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  2. Salim Fadhley wrote:
    > There are plenty of good DHT projects for Python 2.x, however from
    > what I can tell none of them have made the jump to 3.x yet.
    >
    > I'm really keen to support Python 3.x for a project I'm working on. I
    > know that many developers (correctly) consider switching to Python 3
    > foolish since it is less supported at the moment, but nevertheless I
    > am keen to carry on.
    >
    > So can somebody recommend me a working implementation of a DHT which
    > will work on Python 3.x and preferably Python 2.6 as well.


    I can't. But I recommend to port the library that you like most to 3.x,
    and provide any necessary changes to the author.

    Regards,
    Martin
    Martin v. Löwis, Nov 10, 2009
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  3. Salim Fadhley

    Terry Reedy Guest

    Salim Fadhley wrote:
    > There are plenty of good DHT

    dihydrotestosterone?
    distributed hash table?
    DHT Maritime Inc.?
    DHT routing algorithm?
    D.H.T. the music group?
    digital home theater?
    (from first 20 Google hits)

    tjr
    Terry Reedy, Nov 11, 2009
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  4. Terry Reedy wrote:
    > Salim Fadhley wrote:
    >> There are plenty of good DHT

    > distributed hash table?


    I think it's that one.

    Regards,
    Martin
    Martin v. Löwis, Nov 11, 2009
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