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NAME

AnyEvent::FTP::Response - Response class for asynchronous ftp client

VERSION

version 0.16

DESCRIPTION

Instances of this class represent a FTP server response.

ATTRIBUTES

code

 my $code = $client->code;

Integer code for the message. These can be categorized thus:

1xx

Positive preliminary reply

2xx

Positive completion reply

3xx

Positive intermediate reply

4xx

Transient negative reply

5xx

Permanent negative reply

Generally 4xx and 5xx messages are errors, where as 1xx, 3xx are various states of (at least so far) successful operations. 2xx indicates a completely successful operation.

message

 my $message = $res->message;

The human readable message returned from the server. This is always a list reference, even if the server only returned one line.

METHODS

is_success

 my $bool = $res->is_success;

True if the response does not represent an error condition (codes 1xx, 2xx or 3xx).

is_preliminary

 my $bool = $res->is_preliminary;

True if the response is a preliminary positive reply (code 1xx).

as_string

 my $str = $res->as_string;
 my $str = "$res";

Returns a string representation of the response. This may not be exactly what was returned by the server, but will include the code and at least part of the message in a human readable format.

You can also get this string by treating objects of this class as a string (using it in a double quoted string, or by using string operators):

 print "$res";

is the same as

 print $res->as_string;

AUTHOR

Author: Graham Ollis <plicease@cpan.org>

Contributors:

Ryo Okamoto

Shlomi Fish

José Joaquín Atria

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Graham Ollis.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.