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class Referenceable(Serializable): (source)
||A remote message has been received. Dispatch it appropriately.|
||I am an object sent remotely as a direct reference.|
||Return an ID which uniquely represents this object for this process.|
Return a tuple which will be used as the s-expression to serialize this to a peer.
A remote message has been received. Dispatch it appropriately.
The default implementation is to dispatch to a method called 'remote_messagename' and call it with the same arguments.
I am an object sent remotely as a direct reference.
When one of my subclasses is sent as an argument to or returned from a remote method call, I will be serialized by default as a direct reference.
This means that the peer will be able to call methods on me; a method call xxx() from my peer will be resolved to methods of the name remote_xxx.