Net::Snarl - Snarl network protocol
use Net::Snarl; # connect to localhost and register Net::Snarl application my $snarl = Net::Snarl->register('Net::Snarl'); $snarl->add_class('Test'); # add Test notification class $snarl->notify('Test', 'Hello', 'World', 5); # show hello world for 5 seconds
A simple interface to send Snarl notifications across the network. Snarl must be running on the target machine.
Connects to Snarl and register an application. Host defaults to localhost and port defaults to
Registers a notification class with your application. Title is the optional friendly name for the class.
Displays a notification of the specified class. Timeout defaults to 0 (sticky) and icon defaults to nothing.
Please report and bugs or feature requests on GitHub https://github.com/bentglasstube/Net-Snarl/issues
Later versions of Snarl report interactions with the notifications back to the socket. Currently these are stored in a private queue. Eventually, I will expose an interface for triggering callbacks on these events but that will most likely require threading so I'm a little reluctant to implement it.
Copyright 2013 Alan Berndt.
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