asyncoro version 2.3 has been released.
In this version AsynCoro has been split in to two parts: The one in asyncoro module is for local corotines (i.e., without networking services) and the one in disasyncoro is for communicating with peers (for distributed programming). If a program has no need for distributed programming, no changes are needed from earlier versions. However, if distributed programming is used, the only change needed is to import disasyncoro instead of asyncoro. See 'remote_*.py' in 'examples' directory.
Coro, AsynCoro, Channel and RCI have 'location' and 'name' "get property" methods.
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