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Asynchronous programming with AnyEvent

by Software Engineer on Sep 10, 2009

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  • pairedodue pairedodue Good presentation !

    Thanks a lot for that
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  • rcaputo Rocco Caputo, Software Engineer / Consultant at The Third Lobe Corporation Slides 19-21 are misleading. They ignore the existence of POE::Loop::* modules, which are POE′s equivalent to AnyEvent::Impl::*. POE and its components have worked under other event loops since mid-2000.

    As of this writing, most POE components work seamlessly under 13 different event loops, according to search.cpan.org. And they should work under new event loops as people write POE::Loop modules to support their favorites. If anyone is interested in writing POE::Loop::IO_Async or POE::Loop::AnyEvent (or others), we′ll even write your tests. See POE::Test::Loops on CPAN. :)

    And see http://use.perl.org/~rcaputo/journal/39612 for a longer reply.
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