Audio::Daemon::MPG123::Server - The Server portion of Audio::Daemon::MPG123
use Audio::Daemon::MPG123::Server; # set things up my $daemon = new Audio::Daemon::MPG123::Server(Port => 9101); # this should never return... it is a daemon after all. $server->mainloop;
The Server portion of Audio::Daemon::MPG123, a frontend to a frontend for MPG123. It is kept very seperate to give the user full control over how to daemonize, keep running, monitor it, log messages, maintain access control, etc.
There is but one method to contruct a new
The new method can take the following arguments:
The local port to start listening and accepting commands on.
This takes a reference to a function that's called for logging purposes, the format passed in is:
<type>, <msg>, [caller(1)]
where <type> is one of debug, info, error, crit, warn. <msg> is the text message, and [caller] is the array returned by the second form of the perlfunc caller(). This will give you the method, line number, etc. of where the messagee is coming from. With this logging feature, I don't have to worry about syslog, stdout, or how to report errors or debug info... you do!
Access Control. If you specify something for the Allow variable, it assumes everything not allowed will be denied. If you specify something to denied it assumes everything else is allowed. Wither neither set, everything is allowed. It accepts multple formats all seperated by a comma for multiple entries:
Never returns, and in theory, should never exit.
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