AnyEvent::Subprocess::Done - represents a completed subprocess run
$done in a sequence like:
my $job = AnyEvent::Subprocess->new ( ... ); my $run = $job->run; $run->delegate('stdin')->push_write('Hello, my child!'); say "Running child as ", $run->child_pid; $run->kill(11) if $you_enjoy_that_sort_of_thing; my $done = $job->delegate('completion_condvar')->recv; say "Child exited with signal ", $done->exit_signal; say "Child produced some stdout: ", $done->delegate('stdout_capture')->output;
An instance of this class is returned to your
on_completion callback when the child process exists.
Returns the delegate named
$? from waitpid on the child. Parsed into the various fields below:
The value the child supplied to
exit. (0 if "
exit 0", etc.)
The signal number the child was killed by, if any.
True if the child dumped core.
True if the exit_status is 0. If this is false, your process dumped core, exited due to a signal, or exited with a value other than 0.
Jonathan Rockway <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Jonathan Rockway.
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