Linux::AIO - linux-specific aio implemented using clone River stage zero No dependents

*This module has been mostly superseded by IO::AIO, which is API compatible.* This module implements asynchronous I/O using the means available to Linux - clone. It does not hook into the POSIX aio_* functions because Linux does not yet support these...

MLEHMANN/Linux-AIO-1.9 - 01 Feb 2006 23:48:57 GMT

Linux::Perl::aio - asynchronous I/O River stage zero No dependents

This module provides support for the kernel-level AIO interface. DESTROY handlers are provided for automatic reaping of unused instances/contexts. This module is EXPERIMENTAL. For now only the "x86_64" architecture is supported; others may follow, th...

FELIPE/Linux-Perl-0.15 - 12 Sep 2018 03:24:57 GMT

lib/Linux/Perl/aio/x86_64.pm River stage zero No dependents

FELIPE/Linux-Perl-0.15 - 12 Sep 2018 03:24:57 GMT

lib/Linux/Perl/aio/arm.pm River stage zero No dependents

FELIPE/Linux-Perl-0.15 - 12 Sep 2018 03:24:57 GMT

lib/Linux/Perl/aio/i686.pm River stage zero No dependents

FELIPE/Linux-Perl-0.15 - 12 Sep 2018 03:24:57 GMT

Linux::Perl - Linux system calls with pure Perl River stage zero No dependents

In memory-sensitive environments it is useful to minimize the number of XS modules that Perl loads. Oftentimes the CPAN modules that implement support for various Linux system calls, though, will bring in XS for the sake of writing platform-neutral c...

FELIPE/Linux-Perl-0.15 - 12 Sep 2018 03:24:57 GMT

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