Edit Package python-celery



Celery is a distributed task queue. It was first created for Django, but is now usable from Python. It can also operate with
other languages via HTTP+JSON. It is used for executing tasks asynchronously, routed to one or more worker servers, running
concurrently using multiprocessing. It is designed to solve certain problems related to running websites demanding high-availability and performance.

It is perfect for filling caches, posting updates to twitter, mass downloading data like syndication feeds or web scraping. Use-cases are plentiful. Implementing these features asynchronously using celery is easy and fun, and the performance improvements can make it more than worthwhile.

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celery-4.2.1.tar.gz 0001364075 1.3 MB almost 3 years
celery-no-redis.patch 0000000969 969 Bytes almost 3 years
disable-pytest-log-capturing.patch 0000000479 479 Bytes about 3 years
python-celery.changes 0000082165 80.2 KB over 2 years
python-celery.spec 0000003019 2.95 KB over 2 years
python37-1.patch 0000004467 4.36 KB over 2 years
python37-2.patch 0000002075 2.03 KB over 2 years
python37-3.patch 0000001229 1.2 KB over 2 years
relax-billiard-pin.patch 0000000251 251 Bytes over 2 years
unpin-pytest.patch 0000000215 215 Bytes over 2 years
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