Proc::Hevy::Reader - A reader pipe implementation for Proc::Hevy
Proc::Heavy::Reader implements a reader pipe that reads data from a child process handle to a provided buffer.
This is used when capturing
STDERR data from a child process.
Creates a new
$name is a symbolic name for the reader.
$buffer is the storage mechanism to be used for data read from the child process.
It can either be a simple scalar,
CODE reference or a
Performs actions suitable when running as part of the child process.
This includes re-opening the provided
$handle to a filehandle that is created based on the type of storage buffer configured in
If no buffer was configured,
'/dev/null' is opened for writing.
Performs actions suitable when running as part of the parent process.
This includes adding filehandles to the provided
$select object that should be monitored for readability.
Performs the actual read from the child process and stores any read data into the storage buffer configured in
applicable filehandles are closed and removed from the select object used in the call to
Any system errors are considered fatal.
None are known at this time, but if you find one, please feel free to submit a report to the author.
jason hord <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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