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 https://pyro5.readthedocs.io/). 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).

LicenseMIT
CategoriesPython Integration
Tagspythonintegration
HomePage https://github.com/irmen/Pyrolite
DateSep 08, 2016
Filespom (3 KB)  jar (92 KB)  View All
RepositoriesCentralSonatype
Ranking#16964 in MvnRepository (See Top Artifacts)
#4 in Python Integration
Used By20 artifacts
VulnerabilitiesVulnerabilities from dependencies:
CVE-2020-15250

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New Version5.1


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net.razorvine » serpent 1.121.40

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junit » junit1 vulnerability 4.125.9.1

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Irmen de Jongirmen<at>razorvine.netirmen