AnyEvent::IO::Perl - pure perl backend for AnyEvent::IO River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 total dependents

This is the pure-perl backend of AnyEvent::IO - it is always available, but does not actually implement any I/O operation asynchronously - everything is synchronous. For simple programs that can wait for I/O, this is likely the most efficient impleme...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent - the DBI of event loop programming River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 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-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent::IO - the DBI of asynchronous I/O implementations River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 total dependents

This module provides functions that do I/O in an asynchronous fashion. It is to I/O the same as AnyEvent is to event libraries - it only *interfaces* to other implementations or to a portable pure-perl implementation (which does not, however, do asyn...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent::IRC - An event based IRC protocol client API River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

The AnyEvent::IRC module consists of AnyEvent::IRC::Connection, AnyEvent::IRC::Client and AnyEvent::IRC::Util. AnyEvent::IRC is just a module that holds this overview over the other modules. AnyEvent::IRC can be viewed as toolbox for handling IRC con...

ELMEX/AnyEvent-IRC-0.97 - 17 Mar 2013 18:21:47 GMT

AnyEvent::TLS - SSLv2/SSLv3/TLSv1 contexts for use in AnyEvent::Handle River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 total dependents

This module is a helper module that implements TLS/SSL (Transport Layer Security/Secure Sockets Layer) contexts. A TLS context is a common set of configuration values for use in establishing TLS connections. For some quick facts about SSL/TLS, see th...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent::Fork - everything you wanted to use fork() for, but couldn't River stage two • 6 direct dependents • 11 total dependents

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-1.31 - 10 Nov 2016 16:32:04 GMT

AnyEvent::Proc - Run external commands River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

AnyEvent::Proc is a AnyEvent-based helper class for running external commands with full control over STDIN, STDOUT and STDERR....

ZURBORG/AnyEvent-Proc-0.105 - 10 Dec 2014 13:20:41 GMT

AnyEvent::Util - various utility functions. River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 total dependents

This module implements various utility functions, mostly replacing well-known functions by event-ised counterparts. All functions documented without "AnyEvent::Util::" prefix are exported by default. POD ERRORS Hey! The above document had some coding...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent::Log - simple logging "framework" River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 total dependents

This module implements a relatively simple "logging framework". It doesn't attempt to be "the" logging solution or even "a" logging solution for AnyEvent - AnyEvent simply creates logging messages internally, and this module more or less exposes the ...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent::Digest - A tiny AnyEvent wrapper for Digest::* River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

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

AnyEvent::Debug - debugging utilities for AnyEvent River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 total dependents

This module provides functionality hopefully useful for debugging. At the moment, "only" an interactive shell is implemented. This shell allows you to interactively "telnet into" your program and execute Perl code, e.g. to look at global variables....

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent::TermKey - terminal key input using libtermkey with AnyEvent River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This class implements an asynchronous perl wrapper around the "libtermkey" library, which provides an abstract way to read keypress events in terminal-based programs. It yields structures that describe keys, rather than simply returning raw bytes as ...

PEVANS/AnyEvent-TermKey-0.02 - 07 Sep 2011 17:37:15 GMT

AnyEvent::FDpasser - pass file descriptors between processes using non-blocking buffers River stage zero No dependents

This module provides an object oriented interface for passing filehandles between processes. Its primary goals are API simplicity, portability, and reliability. It is suitable for use in non-blocking programs where blocking in even exceptional circum...

FRACTAL/AnyEvent-FDpasser-0.3.0 - 28 Jun 2012 04:20:09 GMT

AnyEvent::Net::MPD - A non-blocking interface to MPD River stage zero No dependents

AnyEvent::Net::MPD provides a non-blocking interface to an MPD server....

JJATRIA/AnyEvent-Net-MPD-0.002 - 23 Jan 2018 21:26:15 GMT

AnyEvent::Fork::RPC - simple RPC extension for AnyEvent::Fork River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

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-2.0 - 15 Sep 2019 20:18:23 GMT

AnyEvent::Impl::POE - AnyEvent adaptor for POE River stage three • 427 direct dependents • 722 total dependents

This module provides transparent support for AnyEvent. You don't have to do anything to make POE work with AnyEvent except by loading POE before creating the first AnyEvent watcher. There are some cases where POE will issue spurious (and non-suppress...

MLEHMANN/AnyEvent-7.17 - 18 Sep 2019 01:11:59 GMT

AnyEvent::Subprocess - flexible, OO, asynchronous process spawning and management River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

There are so many possible ways to use this module that a tutorial would take me months to write. You should definitely read the test suite to see what possibilities exist. (There is also an examples directory in the dist.) The basic "flow" is like i...

JROCKWAY/AnyEvent-Subprocess-1.102912 - 25 Feb 2011 19:38:50 GMT

AnyEvent::HTTP::Socks - Adds socks support for AnyEvent::HTTP River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

This module adds new `socks' option to all http_* functions exported by AnyEvent::HTTP. So you can specify socks proxy for HTTP requests. This module uses IO::Socket::Socks as socks library, so any global variables like $IO::Socket::Socks::SOCKS_DEBU...

OLEG/AnyEvent-HTTP-Socks-0.05 - 22 Jan 2015 18:48:04 GMT

Danga::Socket::AnyEvent - Danga::Socket reimplemented in terms of AnyEvent River stage zero No dependents

This is an alternative implementation of Danga::Socket that is implemented in terms of AnyEvent, an abstraction layer for event loops. This allows Danga::Socket applications to run in any event loop supported by AnyEvent, and allows Danga::Socket app...

SAMV/Danga-Socket-AnyEvent-0.04 - 18 Jun 2012 18:27:37 GMT

AnyEvent::MockTCPServer - Mock TCP Server using AnyEvent River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

This module provides a TCP server with a set of defined behaviours for use in testing of TCP clients. It is intended to be use when testing AnyEvent TCP client interfaces....

BEANZ/AnyEvent-MockTCPServer-1.172150 - 03 Aug 2017 15:33:30 GMT

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