- INHERITED METHODS
Provides the client half for a control channel connection.
Instantiate a new client object.
Expects the following named parameters:
loop - the IO::Async::Loop we will attach to
host - which host we're connecting to
port - the port to connect to
Returns the instance.
The IO::Async::Loop object. Used internally.
The Protocol::ControlChannel instance. Used internally.
A Future which resolves when the connection is established.
Called internally when we have data from the server.
Dispatches the given key, value pair to the remote.
Expects two parameters:
$k - a Perl string representing the key we're sending over. Typically this will be 'some.dotted.string'.
$v - the value to send over, either a reference or a byte string.
Unicode characters are allowed for the key, but if you want to send non-ASCII text data in the content, it should be encoded explicitly:
$cc->dispatch("utf₈.is.fine" => Encode::encode('UTF-8' => "ƃuıpoɔuǝ spǝǝu"));
Tom Molesworth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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