Proc::Simple - launch and control background processes River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

The Proc::Simple package provides objects mimicing real-life processes from a user's point of view. A new process object is created by $myproc = Proc::Simple->new(); Either external programs or perl subroutines can be launched and controlled as proce...

MSCHILLI/Proc-Simple-1.32 - 16 Nov 2015 05:27:40 GMT - Search in distribution

Proc::Simple::Async - Keyword sugar for Proc::Simple River stage zero No dependents

This module lets you fork off code that does not require synchronous execution in a simple way. It's syntactically similar to implementations of the async function found in other modules such as forks, threads, and even Coro. Unfortunately, all those...

BERLE/Proc-Simple-Async-0.03 - 25 Nov 2007 07:17:23 GMT - Search in distribution

lib/Proc/Safetynet/RpcSession/Simple.pm River stage zero No dependents

DTADY/Proc-Safetynet-0.04 - 14 Jan 2009 12:53:30 GMT - Search in distribution

DataFlow::Proc::SimpleFileInput - A processor that reads that from a file River stage one • 8 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

RUSSOZ/DataFlow-1.121830 - 01 Jul 2012 15:08:56 GMT - Search in distribution

Linux::stat - parse /proc/stat River stage zero No dependents

Linux::stat is a simple Perl module which parses /proc/stat file. Info is arranged in hash reference with descriptive keys. Linux::stat was written on RedHat Linux 7.2, kernel 2.4.7 and tested on RedHat 6.2, kernel 2.2.14. It is expected to work with...

VSEGO/Linux-stat-1.00 - 24 Feb 2002 02:52:05 GMT - Search in distribution

Linux::Statm::Tiny - simple access to Linux /proc/../statm River stage zero No dependents

This class returns the Linux memory stats from /proc/$pid/statm....

RRWO/Linux-Statm-Tiny-0.0601 - 17 Feb 2019 18:30:34 GMT - Search in distribution

Linux::Cpuinfo - Object Oriented Interface to /proc/cpuinfo River stage zero No dependents

On Linux systems various information about the CPU ( or CPUs ) in the computer can be gleaned from "/proc/cpuinfo". This module provides an object oriented interface to that information for relatively simple use in Perl programs. METHODS The interfac...

JSTOWE/Linux-Cpuinfo-1.12 - 07 Jun 2015 15:14:06 GMT - Search in distribution

Child - Object oriented simple interface to fork() River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 20 total dependents

Fork is too low level, and difficult to manage. Often people forget to exit at the end, reap their children, and check exit status. The problem is the low level functions provided to do these things. Throw in pipes for IPC and you just have a pile of...

EXODIST/Child-0.013 - 22 Jun 2016 15:23:05 GMT - Search in distribution

Su - A simple application layer to divide and integrate data and processes in the Perl program. River stage zero No dependents

Su is a simple application framework that works as a thin layer to divide data and process in your Perl program. This framework aims an ease of maintenance and extension of your application. Su is a thin application layer, so you can use Su with many...

LOTTZ/Su-0.110 - 02 Dec 2012 15:33:55 GMT - Search in distribution

procasync - script for testing Proc::Async module River stage zero No dependents

A simple script that tests all functions of the "Proc::Async" module. * it can start an external program, together with its arguments: procasync -start 'date -u' procasync -start date -start -u ID of the started job 'date' '-u': /tmp/q4Gi2VNroQ * it ...

TULSOFT/Proc-Async-0.2.0 - 29 May 2013 07:32:56 GMT - Search in distribution
  • Proc::Async - Running and monitoring processes asynchronously

svsh - Process supervision shell for daemontools/perp/s6/runit River stage zero No dependents

"svsh" is a command line shell for process supervision suites of the daemontools <http://cr.yp.to/daemontools.html> family. Currently, it supports daemontools, perp <http://b0llix.net/perp/>, s6 <http://www.skarnet.org/software/s6/index.html> and run...

IDOPEREL/Svsh-1.002000 - 13 Aug 2015 18:18:03 GMT - Search in distribution

perlvar - Perl predefined variables River stage five • 9735 direct dependents • 29516 total dependents

The Syntax of Variable Names Variable names in Perl can have several formats. Usually, they must begin with a letter or underscore, in which case they can be arbitrarily long (up to an internal limit of 251 characters) and may contain letters, digits...

XSAWYERX/perl-5.28.0 - 23 Jun 2018 02:05:28 GMT - Search in distribution

Fuse - write filesystems in Perl using FUSE River stage two • 16 direct dependents • 20 total dependents

This lets you implement filesystems in perl, through the FUSE (Filesystem in USErspace) kernel/lib interface. FUSE expects you to implement callbacks for the various functions. In the following definitions, "errno" can be 0 (for a success), -EINVAL, ...

DPATES/Fuse-0.16 - 16 Sep 2013 05:22:15 GMT - Search in distribution

App::rs - The package manager for RSLinux and the first reference counting CPAN client River stage zero No dependents

(Please see the section "CPAN" and my TPF proposal <https://github.com/057a3dd61f99517a3afea0051a49cb27994f94d/rslinux/blob /rs/TPF-proposal.pod> for my ongoing effort to marry "App::rs" and CPAN.) RSLinux was born out of desire for freedom. Back in ...

RSLOVERS/App-rs-v2.1.2 - 29 Jun 2018 04:25:00 GMT - Search in distribution

grepmail - search mailboxes for mail matching a regular expression River stage zero No dependents

*grepmail* looks for mail messages containing a pattern, and prints the resulting messages on standard out. By default *grepmail* looks in both header and body for the specified pattern. When redirected to a file, the result is another mailbox, which...

DCOPPIT/grepmail-5.3111 - 12 Jul 2018 04:07:13 GMT - Search in distribution

XML::Twig - A perl module for processing huge XML documents in tree mode. River stage three • 84 direct dependents • 225 total dependents

This module provides a way to process XML documents. It is build on top of "XML::Parser". The module offers a tree interface to the document, while allowing you to output the parts of it that have been completely processed. It allows minimal resource...

MIROD/XML-Twig-3.52 - 23 Nov 2016 17:21:16 GMT - Search in distribution

AnyEvent - the DBI of event loop programming River stage three • 423 direct dependents • 716 total dependents

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-7.15 - 26 Feb 2019 02:08:43 GMT - Search in distribution

Ubic - polymorphic service manager River stage two • 9 direct dependents • 15 total dependents

This module is a perl frontend to ubic services. It is a singleton OOP class. All of its methods should be invoked as class methods: Ubic->start('foo'); Ubic->stop('foo'); my $status = Ubic->status('foo');...

MMCLERIC/Ubic-1.60 - 24 Aug 2016 22:44:09 GMT - Search in distribution

IPC::Run - system() and background procs w/ piping, redirs, ptys (Unix, Win32) River stage four • 146 direct dependents • 1516 total dependents

IPC::Run allows you to run and interact with child processes using files, pipes, and pseudo-ttys. Both system()-style and scripted usages are supported and may be mixed. Likewise, functional and OO API styles are both supported and may be mixed. Vari...

TODDR/IPC-Run-20180523.0 - 23 May 2018 17:24:25 GMT - Search in distribution

Proc::Hevy::Reader - A reader pipe implementation for Proc::Hevy River stage zero No dependents

Proc::Heavy::Reader implements a reader pipe that reads data from a child process handle to a provided buffer. This is used when capturing "STDOUT" and "STDERR" data from a child process....

PRAVUS/Proc-Lite-0.10 - 13 Jan 2014 15:36:15 GMT - Search in distribution
  • Proc::Hevy::Writer - A writer pipe implementation for Proc::Hevy
  • Proc::Hevy - A heavyweight module for running processes synchronously
  • Proc::Lite - A lightweight module for running processes synchronously

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