- Removed ready event from
- Stopped testing on Python 2.6. As long as Tornado supports Python 2.6, tornadose will most likely still work, but for the ease of testing requirements, official support is now removed.
- Point release which includes a source distribution on PyPI. This
avoids problems if Tornadose is a requirement listed in a
setup.pyfile since setuptools doesn’t do wheels.
- Added a Redis-backed data store. This allows for cross-application publishing since anything can publish to the channel the store is listening to.
- Improve performance by always using a Queue for message handling.
- Fix bug that printed out all messages sent with websocket subscribers which was originally present for debugging purposes.
- Subscription handlers automatically get registered with stores. This simplifies creating custom handlers.
- Reworks stores and handlers (backwards incompatible!).
- Adds a new queue-based
- Implements a websocket-based subscriber to supplement
- Begins to add unit testing.
- Defines an
EventSourcerequest handler and a
DataStoreobject for using server-sent events with Tornado.