IPC::Run3 - run a subprocess with input/ouput redirection
This module allows you to run a subprocess and redirect stdin, stdout, and/or stderr to files and perl data structures. It aims to satisfy 99% of the need for using "system", "qx", and "open3" with a simple, extremely Perlish API. Speed, simplicity, ...RJBS/IPC-Run3-0.048 - 29 Mar 2014 15:59:52 UTC
IPC::Run3::Simple - Simple utility module to make the easy to use IPC::Run3 even more easy to use.
23 Apr 2012 18:30:13 UTC
IPC::Run3::Shell::CLIWrapper - Perl extension for wrapping arbitrary command-line tools
This module wraps IPC::Run3::Shell in a layer that translates method calls and their arguments to the command-line arguments of system commands. "new" The arguments to the constructor are the same as to "make_cmd" in IPC::Run3::Shell, with the additi...HAUKEX/IPC-Run3-Shell-0.58 - 17 May 2020 19:14:58 UTC
IPC::Run::SafeHandles - Use IPC::Run and IPC::Run3 safely
IPC::Run and IPC::Run3 are both very upset when you try to use them under environments where you have STDOUT and/or STDERR tied to something else, such as under fastcgi. The module adds safe-guarding code when you call IPC::Run or IPC::Run3 under suc...CLKAO/IPC-Run-SafeHandles-0.04 - 21 Aug 2012 04:21:22 UTC
IPC::ReadpipeX - List form of readpipe/qx/backticks for capturing output
The built-in readpipe function, also known as the "qx" operator or backticks (``), runs a command and captures the output (STDOUT). However, unlike system and exec, the command will always be parsed by the shell, and it does not provide a list form t...DBOOK/IPC-ReadpipeX-0.003 - 23 Jan 2020 00:15:55 UTC
IPC::Run::Fused - Capture Stdout/Stderr simultaneously as if it were one stream, painlessly.
Have you ever tried to do essentially the same as you would in bash do to this: parentapp <( app 2>&1 ) And found massive road works getting in the way. Sure, you can always do this style syntax: open my $fh, 'someapp --args foo 2>&1 |'; But that's n...KENTNL/IPC-Run-Fused-1.000001 - 08 Mar 2017 15:25:32 UTC
IPC::System::Simple - Run commands simply, with detailed diagnostics
Calling Perl's in-built "system()" function is easy, determining if it was successful is *hard*. Let's face it, $? isn't the nicest variable in the world to play with, and even if you *do* check it, producing a well-formatted error string takes a lot...JKEENAN/IPC-System-Simple-1.30 - 24 Mar 2020 01:37:42 UTC