use Proc::JobQueue::BackgroundQueue; my $queue = new Proc::JobQueue::BackgroundQueue; $queue->add($job); $queue->checkjobs; $queue->finish;
This is a job queue module for jobs that will be run in the background.
checkjobs() needs to be called periodically to start new jobs. When all the jobs are queued, a call to
finish() will block until all the jobs have completed.
finish() method is not compatible with runing in an event loop. If you need that functionality, see Proc::JobQueue::EventQueue.
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