paco - Small utility library for coroutine-driven asynchronous generic programming in Python +3.4

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Small and idiomatic utility library for coroutine-driven asynchronous generic programming in Python +3.4.Built on top of asyncio, paco provides missing capabilities from Python stdlib in order to write asynchronous cooperative multitasking in a nice-ish way. Also, paco aims to port some of functools and itertools standard functions to the asynchronous world.

http://paco.rtfd.io
https://github.com/h2non/paco

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