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POE::Loop::Kqueue - a bridge that supports kqueue(2) from POE ++

This class is an implementation of the abstract POE::Loop interface. It follows POE::Loop's public interface exactly. Therefore, please see POE::Loop for its documentation. kqueue(2) currently supported in FreeBSD 4.1+, NetBSD 2.0, OpenBSD 2.9+, MacO...

GDSL/POE-Loop-Kqueue-0.02 - 14 Mar 2005 14:38:05 GMT - Search in distribution

POE::Loop::EV - a bridge that supports EV from POE ++

This class is an implementation of the abstract POE::Loop interface. It follows POE::Loop's public interface exactly. Therefore, please see POE::Loop for its documentation. CAVEATS Certain EV backends do not support polling on normal filehandles, nam...

AGRUNDMA/POE-Loop-EV-0.06 - 29 Jan 2008 19:55:59 GMT - Search in distribution

IOMux - simplify use of file-event loops ++

"IOMux" is designed to take the effort out of managing multiple socket, file or pipe connections within one process. It is essentially a really fancy front end to various kinds of event mechanisms, like "select" and "poll". In addition to maintaining...

MARKOV/IOMux-0.12 - 27 Jan 2011 13:27:32 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::Async - Asynchronous event-driven programming 13 ++

This collection of modules allows programs to be written that perform asynchronous filehandle IO operations. A typical program using them would consist of a single subclass of IO::Async::Loop to act as a container of other objects, which perform the ...

PEVANS/IO-Async-0.63   (1 review) - 11 Jul 2014 14:17:32 GMT - Search in distribution

AnyEvent - the DBI of event loop programming 73 ++

AnyEvent provides a uniform interface to various event loops. This allows module authors to use event loop functionality without forcing module users to use a specific event loop implementation (since more than one event loop cannot coexist peacefull...

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

POE::Kernel - an event-based application kernel in Perl 28 ++

POE::Kernel is the heart of POE. It provides the lowest-level features: non-blocking multiplexed I/O, timers, and signal watchers are the most significant. Everything else is built upon this foundation. POE::Kernel is not an event loop in itself. For...

RCAPUTO/POE-1.364   (12 reviews) - 12 Jul 2014 22:27:23 GMT - Search in distribution

Event::Lib - Perl extentions for event-based programming ++

This module is a Perl wrapper around libevent(3) as available from <http://www.monkey.org/~provos/libevent/>. It allows to execute a function whenever a given event on a filehandle happens, a timeout occurs or a signal is received. Under the hood, on...

VPARSEVAL/Event-Lib-1.03   (2 reviews) - 29 Jul 2007 11:39:08 GMT - Search in distribution

IO::Lambda - non-blocking I/O as lambda calculus 1 ++

This module is another attempt to fight the horrors of non-blocking I/O. It tries to bring back the simplicity of the declarative programming style, that is only available when one employs threads, coroutines, or co-processes. Usually coding non-bloc...

KARASIK/IO-Lambda-1.23   (2 reviews) - 18 Mar 2012 20:09:41 GMT - Search in distribution

poe-gen-tests - generate standard POE tests for third-party modules ++

This program and the accompanying POE::Test::Loop::* modules make up POE's tests for POE::Loop subclasses. These tests are designed to run identically regardless of the current event loop. POE uses them to test the event loops it bundles: POE::Loop::...

RCAPUTO/POE-Test-Loops-1.358 - 12 Jul 2014 22:24:33 GMT - Search in distribution

POE::Devel::Benchmarker - Benchmarking POE's performance ( acts more like a smoker ) ++

This module is poorly documented now. Please give me some time to properly document it over time :) INSTALLATION Here's a simple outline to get you up to speed quickly. ( and smoking! ) Install CPAN package + dependencies Download+install the POE::De...

APOCAL/POE-Devel-Benchmarker-0.05 - 27 Jan 2009 18:04:36 GMT - Search in distribution




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