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NAME

Mojo::IOLoop::Thread - Threaded Replacement for Mojo::IOLoop::Subprocess

SYNOPSIS

  use Mojo::IOLoop::Thread;

  # Operation that would block the event loop for 5 seconds
  my $subprocess = Mojo::IOLoop::Thread->new;
  $subprocess->run(
    sub {
      my $subprocess = shift;
      sleep 5;
      return '♥', 'Mojolicious';
    },
    sub {
      my ($subprocess, $err, @results) = @_;
      say "Subprocess error: $err" and return if $err;
      say "I $results[0] $results[1]!";
    }
  );

  # Start event loop if necessary
  $subprocess->ioloop->start unless $subprocess->ioloop->is_running;

or

  use Mojo::IOLoop;
  use Mojo::IOLoop::Thread;

  my $iol = Mojo::IOLoop->new;
  $iol->subprocess(
    sub {'♥'},
    sub {
      my ($subprocess, $err, @results) = @_;
      say "Subprocess error: $err" and return if $err;
      say @results;
    }
  );
  $loop->start;

DESCRIPTION

Mojo::IOLoop::Thread is a multithreaded alternative for Mojo::IOLoop::Subprocess which is not available under Win32. It is a dropin replacement, takes the same parameters and works analoguous by just using threads instead of forked processes.

Mojo::IOLoop::Thread replaces "subprocess" in Mojo::IOLoop with a threaded version on module load. Please make sure that you load Mojo::IOLoop first.

AUTHOR

Thomas Kratz <tomk@cpan.org>

REPOSITORY

https://github.com/tomk3003/mojo-ioloop-thread

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2017-18 Thomas Kratz.

LICENSE

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