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1. Pyrolite23 usages

net.razorvine » pyroliteMIT

This library allows your Java program to interface very easily with the Python world. It uses the Pyro protocol to call methods on remote objects. (See Pyrolite only implements part of the client side Pyro library, hence its name 'lite'... So if you don't need Pyro's full feature set, Pyrolite may be a good choice to connect java or .NET and python. Version 5.0 changes: support Pyro5 wire protocol. Dropped support of Pyro4 (stick to version 4.xx for that).
Last Release on May 18, 2021

2. Pickle5 usages

net.razorvine » pickleMIT

A feature complete pickle protocol implementation (Python's builtin serialization mechanism)
Last Release on Nov 19, 2023

3. Serpent4 usages

net.razorvine » serpentMIT

Serpent serializes an object tree into a Python ast.literal_eval() compatible literal expression. It is safe to send serpent data to other machines over the network for instance (because only 'safe' literals are encoded). There is also a deserializer or parse provided that turns such a literal expression back into the appropriate Java object tree. It is an alternative to JSON to provide easy data integration between Java and Python. Serpent is more expressive as JSON (it supports more data types).
Last Release on May 14, 2021

4. Ksim65

net.razorvine » ksim65

Last Release on Feb 21, 2020