Welcome to Louie’s documentation!¶
Louie provides Python programmers with a straightforward way to dispatch signals between objects in a wide variety of contexts. It is based on PyDispatcher, which in turn was based on a highly-rated recipe in the Python Cookbook.
Louie is licensed under The BSD License.
Python 2.3 or higher.
Tested against Python 2.6 through 3.5.
In many modern Python environments, and also starting with Python 3.4, pip installed by default.
Run this command:
pip install louie
Run this command to upgrade Louie to the latest release:
pip install -U Louie
You can track the latest changes in Louie using the Github repo.
Clone the Louie repo using git, e.g.:
git clone https://github.com/11craft/louie
Run this command inside your git repo directory to use Louie directly from source code in that directory:
cd louie pip install -e .
If you want to revert to the version installed in
you can do so:
pip uninstall louie