Paul Evans


Tickit::Async - use Tickit with IO::Async


 use IO::Async;
 use Tickit::Async;

 my $tickit = Tickit::Async->new;

 # Create some widgets
 # ...

 $tickit->set_root_widget( $rootwidget );

 my $loop = IO::Async::Loop->new;
 $loop->add( $tickit );



This class allows a Tickit user interface to run alongside other IO::Async-driven code, using IO::Async as a source of IO events.

As a shortcut convenience, a containing IO::Async::Loop will be constructed using the default magic constructor the first time it is needed, if the object is not already a member of a loop. This will allow a Tickit::Async object to be used without being aware it is not a simple Tickit object.

To avoid accidentally creating multiple loops, callers should be careful to add the Tickit::Async object to the main application's loop if one already exists as soon as possible after construction.


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