libio-pipely-perl 0.005-1.1 source package in Ubuntu


libio-pipely-perl (0.005-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium

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Debian Perl Group on 2020-12-28
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Hirsute release on 2020-12-29 universe misc


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libio-pipely-perl_0.005-1.1.debian.tar.xz 1.7 KiB 84ab53027f6bf8996358251ade4aba0d35c88eab02f4971c80d045e7e0f0ad31

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libio-pipely-perl: portable way to create pipe() or pipe-like handles

 IO::Pipely provides a couple functions to portably create one- and
 two-way pipes and pipe-like socket pairs. It acknowledges and works
 around known platform issues so you don't have to.
 IO::Pipely currently understands pipe(), UNIX-domain socketpair() and
 regular IPv4 localhost sockets. It will use different kinds of pipes or
 sockets depending on the operating system's capabilities and the number
 of directions requested. The autodetection may be overridden by
 specifying a particular pipe type.
 IO::Pipely is a spin-off of the POE project's portable pipes. Earlier
 versions of the code have been tested and used in production systems for
 over a decade.