Net::SinFP3 - more than OS fingerprinting unification
use Net::SinFP3; my $sinfp = Net::SinFP3->new( global => $global, input => [ $input ], db => [ $db ], mode => [ $mode ], search => [ $search ], output => [ $output ], ); $sinfp->run;
This is the main starting point to run Net::SinFP3 plugins. It includes a main run loop, which will launch various plugins in this specific order:
input > next > db > mode > search > output
This loop is ran against Net::SinFP3::Next objects as returned by Net::SinFP3::Input objects.
These attributes are passed as arrayref, so you will be able to launch multiple plugin of different types successively. Plugins have a base class which is one of:
input: Net::SinFP3::Input db: Net::SinFP3::DB mode: Net::SinFP3::Mode search: Net::SinFP3::Search output: Net::SinFP3::Output
The global attribute is an object which is passed to all modules. It contains global variables, and pointers to currently running plugins. See Net::SinFP3::Global.
The global object containing global parameters and pointers to currently executing plugins.
Arrayref of Net::SinFP3::Input objects.
Arrayref of Net::SinFP3::DB objects.
Arrayref of Net::SinFP3::Mode objects.
Arrayref of Net::SinFP3::Search objects.
Arrayref of Net::SinFP3::Output objects.
Object constructor. You must give it the following attributes: global, input, db, mode, search, output.
To use when you are ready to launch the main loop.
Patrice <GomoR> Auffret
Copyright (c) 2011-2014, Patrice <GomoR> Auffret
You may distribute this module under the terms of the Artistic license. See LICENSE.Artistic file in the source distribution archive.