- DELEGATES PROVIDED
- SEE ALSO
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AnyEvent::Subprocess::DefaultDelegates - sets up default delegate name/builder mappings
Provides connections to an arbitrary filehandle / fd / pipe / socket / etc.
Provides connections to the child's STDIN/STDOUT/STDERR handles. Delegates are named stdin/stdout/stderr. Optional arg prefix adds a prefix string to the delegates' names.
Provides a (bidirectional) socket to be shared between the child and parent. Optional arg name provides delegate name (so you can have more than one, if desired).
Optional arg name controls name; defaults to 'comm.
Provides the child with stdin and stdout attached to a pseudo-tty, and provides the parent with a delegate to control this. Optional arg stderr controls whether or not the child's stderr will also go to the pty; defaults to no.
Optional arg name controls name; defaults to 'pty'.
Supplies a delegate that is a AnyEvent::Condvar that is sent the child exit information ("Done class") when the child process exits.
Sets up an AnyEvent::Subprocess::Job::Delegate::Callback delegate. Optional argument name controls callback instance name; defaults to 'callback'.
Captures a handle. Mandatory arg handle is the name of the handle delegate to capture. The handle must be readable by the parent. (i.e., a socket or a pipe from the child to the parent.)
Delegate is named '[handle name]_capture'.
(Note that you should not use the captured handle for reading anymore; this delegate will steal all input. Captured output is returned in via a delegate in the "done class".)
Calls a list of coderefs whenever a line is read from a handle.
Delegate that calls a callback in the child to print the exception (if any) the child throws.
Use WithResult if you want to actually get the exception in the parent.
Kill the subprocess with a signal
timeout seconds elapse. See AnyEvent::Subprocess::Job::Delegate::Timeout.
See the test suite to see all of these shortcuts in use.
Jonathan Rockway <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Jonathan Rockway.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.