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AnyEvent::AIO - truly asynchronous file and directory I/O 3 ++

This module is an AnyEvent user, you need to make sure that you use and run a supported event loop. Loading this module will install the necessary magic to seamlessly integrate IO::AIO into AnyEvent, i.e. you no longer need to concern yourself with c...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-AIO-1.1 - 21 Jul 2009 03:34:51 GMT - Search in distribution

AnyEvent::IO::IOAIO - AnyEvent::IO backend based on IO::AIO 73 ++

This is the IO::AIO-based backend of AnyEvent::IO (via AnyEvent::AIO). All I/O operations it implements are done asynchronously. FUNCTIONS SEE ALSO AnyEvent::IO, AnyEvent. AUTHOR Marc Lehmann <schmorp@schmorp.de> http://anyevent.schmorp.de ...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.07   (4 reviews) - 17 Dec 2013 18:36:51 GMT - Search in distribution

BDB - Asynchronous Berkeley DB access 1 ++

See the BerkeleyDB documentation (<http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/berkeley-db/db/index.html >). The BDB API is very similar to the C API (the translation has been very faithful). See also the example sections in the document below and...

MLEHMANN/BDB-1.91 - 11 Apr 2014 04:26:54 GMT - Search in distribution

Coro::AIO - truly asynchronous file and directory I/O 25 ++

This module is an AnyEvent user, you need to make sure that you use and run a supported event loop. This module implements a thin wrapper around IO::AIO. All of the functions that expect a callback are being wrapped by this module. The API is exactly...

MLEHMANN/Coro-6.39   (4 reviews) - 01 Jun 2014 22:01:11 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::AIO - Asynchronous Input/Output 3 ++

This module implements asynchronous I/O using whatever means your operating system supports. It is implemented as an interface to "libeio" (<http://software.schmorp.de/pkg/libeio.html>). Asynchronous means that operations that can normally block your...

MLEHMANN/IO-AIO-4.31   (1 review) - 03 Jun 2014 01:31:35 GMT - Search in distribution

Coro::MP - erlang-style multi-processing/message-passing framework ++

This module (-family) implements a simple message passing framework. Despite its simplicity, you can securely message other processes running on the same or other hosts, and you can supervise entities remotely. This module depends heavily on AnyEvent...

MLEHMANN/Coro-MP-0.1 - 06 Oct 2009 01:41:06 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::Event - Tied Filehandles for Nonblocking IO with Object Callbacks ++

IO::Event provides a object-based callback system for handling nonblocking IO. The design goal is to provide a system that just does the right thing w/o the user needing to think about it much. All APIs are kept as simple as possible yet at the same ...

MUIR/IO-Event-0.813 - 18 Sep 2013 03:46:26 GMT - Search in distribution

staticperl - perl, libc, 100 modules, all in one standalone 500kb file 7 ++

This script helps you to create single-file perl interpreters or applications, or embedding a perl interpreter in your applications. Single-file means that it is fully self-contained - no separate shared objects, no autoload fragments, no .pm or .pl ...

MLEHMANN/App-Staticperl-1.43   (1 review) - 18 Apr 2012 12:42:49 GMT - Search in distribution
  • staticperl - perl, libc, 100 modules, all in one standalone 500kb file

AnyEvent::Digest - A tiny AnyEvent wrapper for Digest::* 3 ++

To calculate message digest for large files may take several seconds. It may block your program even if you use AnyEvent. This module is a tiny AnyEvent wrapper for "Digest::*" modules, not to block your program during digest calculation. Default bac...

YAKEX/AnyEvent-Digest-v0.0.5 - 08 Oct 2013 14:33:52 GMT - Search in distribution

AnyEvent::Fork - everything you wanted to use fork() for, but couldn't 4 ++

This module allows you to create new processes, without actually forking them from your current process (avoiding the problems of forking), but preserving most of the advantages of fork. It can be used to create new worker processes or new independen...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-Fork-1.2 - 25 Sep 2013 11:05:42 GMT - Search in distribution

Games::Construder - A 3D game written in Perl, which is actually playable! 3 ++

This is the source code documentation for the game called "Construder". If you search for information on how to actually play it please look at the official website for introduction videos: <http://ue.o---o.eu/> You can also find other interesting in...

ELMEX/Games-Construder-0.95 - 18 Jul 2011 15:01:22 GMT - Search in distribution

POSIX::Overview - POSIX in Perl 1 ++

The *POSIX standard* defines access to the operating system. Most operating systems (not limited to the UNIX family) provide at least a part of this standard, sometimes as optional or commercial extension package. POSIX describes how C-programmers ca...

MARKOV/POSIX-1003-0.98 - 03 Dec 2013 07:40:44 GMT - Search in distribution

Async::Interrupt - allow C/XS libraries to interrupt perl asynchronously ++

This module implements a single feature only of interest to advanced perl modules, namely asynchronous interruptions (think "UNIX signals", which are very similar). Sometimes, modules wish to run code asynchronously (in another thread, or from a sign...

MLEHMANN/Async-Interrupt-1.2 - 11 Apr 2014 04:25:27 GMT - Search in distribution

Perl::LibExtractor - determine perl library subsets for building distributions 2 ++

The purpose of this module is to determine subsets of your perl library, that is, a set of files needed to satisfy certain dependencies (e.g. of a program). The goal is to extract a part of your perl installation including dependencies. A typical use...

MLEHMANN/Perl-LibExtractor-1.1 - 28 Jan 2012 00:03:18 GMT - Search in distribution

AnyEvent::Fork::RPC - simple RPC extension for AnyEvent::Fork 3 ++

This module implements a simple RPC protocol and backend for processes created via AnyEvent::Fork or AnyEvent::Fork::Remote, allowing you to call a function in the child process and receive its return values (up to 4GB serialised). It implements two ...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-Fork-RPC-1.21 - 15 Oct 2013 09:16:29 GMT - Search in distribution

AnyEvent::HTTPD::Request - A web application request handle for AnyEvent::HTTPD 4 ++

This is the request object as generated by AnyEvent::HTTPD and given in the request callbacks. METHODS url This method returns the URL of the current request as URI object. respond ([$res]) $res can be: * an array reference Then the array reference h...

ELMEX/AnyEvent-HTTPD-0.93   (1 review) - 04 Aug 2011 08:42:18 GMT - Search in distribution




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