Kamaelia docs : Kamaelia.Chassis.Carousel.Carousel


For examples and more explanations, see the module level docs.

Carousel(componentFactory,[make1stRequest]) -> new Carousel component

Create a Carousel component that makes child components one at a time (in carousel fashion) using the supplied factory function.

Keyword arguments:

  • componentFactory -- function that takes a single argument and returns a component
  • make1stRequest -- if True, Carousel will send an initial "NEXT" request. (default=False)


  • control :
  • inbox : child's inbox
  • next : requests to replace child


  • outbox : child's outbox
  • signal :
  • _signal : internal use: for sending 'shutdownMicroprocess' to child
  • requestNext : for requesting new child component

Methods defined here


You should be using the inbox/outbox interface, not these methods (except construction). This documentation is designed as a roadmap as to their functionalilty for maintainers and new component developers.

__init__(self, componentFactory[, make1stRequest])

x.__init__(...) initializes x; see x.__class__.__doc__ for signature


Unplugs any children that have terminated


Sends 'next' out the 'requestNext' outbox


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