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I like how gevent is making async code to look like sync but non blocking without all the ugly callbacks.
I tried doing that with threads and object proxy (I found great one at: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/ProxyTypes written by Phillip J. Eby, and this is where the actual magic happens).

For every function that is decorated it returns a proxy and the io call (or anything else) won't block until the value is actually needed.



Decorator makes function currying as long as there are more correct arguments to take and fires it as soon as there is enough to call, also checks arguments up front for errors.



Working with Windows API which usually takes like a zillion for each function can be a little bit frustrating and if I want to only change two in the middle for each call I had to wrap everything into lambda functions which change arguments to the...