Net::Daemon::SSL - perl extensions for portable ssl daemons


 use Net::Daemon::SSL;
 package MyDaemon;
 @MyDaemon::ISA = qw (Net::Daemon::SSL);
 sub Run
     my $this = shift;
     my $buffer;
     $this->{socket}->print ( "vasja was here\n" );
     $this->{socket}->sysread ( $buffer, 100 ); # Attention! getline() method
                                                # do not work with IO::Socket::SSL
                                                # version 0.73
                                                # see perldoc IO::Socket::SSL
                                                # for more details
 package main;
 my $daemon = new MyDaemon ( {}, \ @ARGV ); # you can use --help command line key
 $daemon || die "error create daemon instance: $!\n";


This class implements an IO::Socket::SSL functionality for Net::Daemon class. See perldoc Net::Daemon for more information about Net::Daemon usage.


This method add IO::Socket::SSL specific options ( SSL_use_cert, SSL_verify_mode, SSL_key_file, SSL_cert_file, SSL_ca_path, SSL_ca_file ) to generic Net::Daemon options. See perldoc IO::Socket::SSL for description of this options


This method creates an IO::Socket::SSL::SafeAccept socket, stores this socket into $this->{socket} and passes control to parent Net::Daemon::Bind. The IO::Socket::SSL::SafeAccept is a class inherited from IO::Socket::SSL with the only difference from parent class - the accept() method of this class returns EINTR on *any* error. This trick is needed to "hack" Net::Daemon::Bind functionality: if this method gets an error from accept() ( Net::Daemon::SSL auth error, for example ) it will call Fatal() method and die unless this is a EINTR error.


 Net::Daemon::SSL (C) Michael Kulakov, Zenon N.S.P. 2000
                      125124, 19, 1-st Jamskogo polja st,
                      Moscow, Russian Federation


 All rights reserved.

 You may distribute this package under the terms of either the GNU
 General Public License or the Artistic License, as specified in the
 Perl README file.


Net::Daemon(3), IO::Socket::SSL(3)