from bezel.networking.engine import NetworkedGame, exposeclass GameEngine(NetworkedGame): def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(GameEngine, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.count = 0 @expose def say(self, something): return 'Simon says "%s"' % something @expose def add(self, num): self.count += num return self.count
#!/usr/bin/env python from bezel.networking.client import JSONGameClient client = JSONGameClient('', 8602) engine = client.engine print engine.say('blah') print 'count + 1 =', engine.add(1)
Missing is the network server (the code for that is fairly standard, but I've changed a few things, which may confuse people) - suffice to say that it's a threading TCP server with automatic Avahi publishing.
Example usage (from the root of the bezel-engine repository):
$ demos/network/main.py &  9422 $ demos/network/client.py Simon says "blah" count + 1 = 1 $ demos/network/client.py Simon says "blah" count + 1 = 2
Not yet done:
- Load testing for the server.
- Client (player) authentication.
- A class to discover the servers through avahi.
Life update: Main round offers are coming out tomorrow, so I'm hoping to get one for Sydney Uni. It probably won't be a BIT or a BCST (Adv), but as long as I get in there and do well, I should be able to transfer fairly easily.