IO::Capture - Abstract Base Class to build modules to capture output.

The "IO::Capture" Module defines an abstract base class that can be used to build modules that capture output being sent on a filehandle such as STDOUT or STDERR. Several modules that come with the distribution do just that. I.e., Capture STDOUT and ...

REYNOLDS/IO-Capture-0.05 - 30 Apr 2005 03:36:07 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::Capture::Sayfix - Fix ::Tie_STDx vs say() issue

IO::Capture::Tie_STDx does not handle feature 'say' correctly. The bug has been reported to the author. Meanwhile, a fix is needed. IO::Capture::Sayfix works around this bug: IO::Capture::Stdout is loaded, if it's not already. 'say' is captured if th...

XIONG/Devel-Comments-v1.1.4 - 07 Aug 2011 14:23:21 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::Capture::Extended - Extend functionality of IO::Capture

JKEENAN/IO-Capture-Extended-0.13 - 11 Mar 2015 23:16:51 GMT - Search in distribution

Capture::SystemIO - system() capture stderr, stdout, and signals.

Runs a system command from within Perl and captures both STDOUT and STDERR; provides exception based interface to SIGINT and SIGQUIT; provides exceptions for non-zero return values....

RUDY/Capture-SystemIO-0.01 - 16 Apr 2011 23:49:04 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::NestedCapture - module for performing nested STD* handle captures

This module was partially inspired by IO::Capture, but is intended for a very different purpose and is not otherwise related to that package. In particular, I have a need for some pretty aggressive output/input redirection in a web project I'm workin...

HANENKAMP/IO-NestedCapture-1.03 - 14 Dec 2005 03:08:46 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::CaptureOutput - capture STDOUT and STDERR from Perl code, subprocesses or XS

This module is no longer recommended by the maintainer - see Capture::Tiny instead. This module provides routines for capturing STDOUT and STDERR from perl subroutines, forked system calls (e.g. "system()", "fork()") and from XS or C modules....

DAGOLDEN/IO-CaptureOutput-1.1104   (3 reviews) - 24 Jan 2015 03:05:23 GMT - Search in distribution

CGI::Application::Plugin::CaptureIO - Plug-in capture cache

When all output contents are preserved in the cache, and the same next request is transmitted, it is a plug-in that outputs contents preserved in the cache. The effect is demonstrated as a load measures on the screen where the update is not very freq...

HOLLY/CGI-Application-Plugin-CaptureIO-0.01 - 09 Dec 2006 17:04:30 GMT - Search in distribution

CPS - manage flow of control in Continuation-Passing Style

PEVANS/CPS-0.18 - 20 Nov 2012 23:22:26 GMT - Search in distribution

Kafka - Apache Kafka interface for Perl.

The user modules in this package provide an object oriented API. The IO agents, requests sent, and responses received from the Apache Kafka or mock servers are all represented by objects. This makes a simple and powerful interface to these services. ...

SGLADKOV/Kafka-1.001001 - 07 Jun 2016 19:03:29 GMT - Search in distribution

README - basic information for users prior to downloading

DAXIM/PostScript-Barcode-0.006 - 05 Jul 2010 09:32:22 GMT - Search in distribution

Datify - Simple stringification of data.

"Datify" is very similar to Data::Dumper, except that it's easier to use, and has better formatting and options....

BOBK/Datify-0.14.163 - 12 Jun 2014 17:35:32 GMT - Search in distribution

perl5i - Fix as much of Perl 5 as possible in one pragma

Perl 5 has a lot of warts. There's a lot of individual modules and techniques out there to fix those warts. perl5i aims to pull the best of them together into one module so you can turn them on all at once. This includes adding features, changing exi...

MSCHWERN/perl5i-v2.13.2 - 07 Jun 2016 00:36:03 GMT - Search in distribution

Expect - automate interactions with command line programs that expose a text terminal interface.

See an explanation of What is Expect <> The Expect module is a successor of and a descendent of It more closely resembles the Tcl Expect language than its predecessors. It does not contain any of the netwo...

JACOBY/Expect-1.33   (5 reviews) - 08 Jun 2016 17:55:33 GMT - Search in distribution

perlop - Perl operators and precedence

In Perl, the operator determines what operation is performed, independent of the type of the operands. For example "$x + $y" is always a numeric addition, and if $x or $y do not contain numbers, an attempt is made to convert them to numbers first. Th...

RJBS/perl-5.24.0   (6 reviews) - 09 May 2016 11:35:29 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::Util - A selection of general-utility IO function

This is a micro-weight module that exports a few functions of general utility in IO operations....

DOMIZIO/IO-Util-1.5   (1 review) - 31 Dec 2005 13:51:40 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::Mark - Read unseekable filehandles non-destructively.

This is alpha quality code. It's slow. It may have bugs. Imagine you've got a function "get_image_size". You pass it a filehandle that's open on an image file and it returns the dimensions of the image. Imagine also that you have an open socket on wh...

ANDYA/IO-Mark-v0.0.1 - 28 Feb 2007 01:16:50 GMT - Search in distribution

Sys::Cmd - run a system command or spawn a system processes

Sys::Cmd lets you run system commands and capture their output, or spawn and interact with a system process through its "STDIN", "STDOUT", and "STDERR" file handles. The following functions are exported on demand by this module: run( @cmd, [\%opt] ) ...

MLAWREN/Sys-Cmd-0.85.4 - 06 Jun 2016 12:13:02 GMT - Search in distribution

File::Tee - replicate data sent to a Perl stream

This module is able to replicate data written to a Perl stream into another streams. It is the Perl equivalent of the shell utility tee(1). It is implemeted around "fork", creating a new process for every tee'ed stream. That way, there are no problem...

SALVA/File-Tee-0.07 - 04 Nov 2011 19:45:14 GMT - Search in distribution

satpass - Predict satellite passes over an observer.

WYANT/Astro-satpass-0.074   (1 review) - 04 Sep 2016 11:28:49 GMT - Search in distribution

perlfaq8 - System Interaction

This section of the Perl FAQ covers questions involving operating system interaction. Topics include interprocess communication (IPC), control over the user-interface (keyboard, screen and pointing devices), and most anything else not related to data...

LLAP/perlfaq-5.021011 - 04 Mar 2016 20:04:35 GMT - Search in distribution