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IPC::Queue::Duplex - Filesystem based request / response queue
$Revision: 1.009 $ $Date: Tue Oct 16 21:48:32 PDT 2018 $
(Enqueuer) use IPC::Queue::Duplex; my $client = new IPC::Queue::Duplex (Dir => $dir); my $job = $client->add($jobstr); my $response = $job->response; (Worker) use IPC::Queue::Duplex; my $server = new IPC::Queue::Duplex (Dir => $dir); my $job = $server->get: process_job($job); $job->finish($result);
Creates and returns a new IPC::Queue::Duplex object. Requires one named parameter:
Dir - The directory that will contain the queue for this object. It's important to use a unique directory per queue,
Adds a job to the queue and returns an IPC::Queue::Duplex::Job object. A single aregument is required, the job request as a string.
Gets a job from the queue and returns an IPC::Queue::Duplex::Job object. Returns undef if there is no job waiting.
Adds a job to the queue, with an explicitly provided filename, and returns an IPC::Queue::Duplex::Job object. Two arguments are required: the filename to use for the job, and the job request string, in that order.
Get a response from the queue. Normally a requester would hold on to their job object and get the response by calling the response method on that object. However, a requester can can also handle responses asynchronously and call this method to get the next waiting response instead. Returns an IPC::Queue::Duplex::Job object, or undef if there is no response on the queue.
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Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-ipc-queue-duplex at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=IPC-Queue-Duplex. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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Copyright (c) Ashish Gulhati.
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