RPC::Serialized::Server::STDIO - Run a simple RPC server on STDIN and STDOUT
use RPC::Serialized::Server::STDIO; # set up the new server my $s = RPC::Serialized::Server::STDIO->new; # begin a single-process loop handling requests on STDIN and STDOUT $s->process;
This module provides a very simple way to run an RPC server. It uses the STDIN and STDOUT filehandles to read and write RPC calls and responses.
One use for this module is for testing; you can run a simple server as shown in the "SYNOPSIS" above, and test handlers by just typing CALLs into STDIN.
The more common use is that this modules serves as a base class from which to derive a more useful interface. The various
UCSPI server modules do this.
There is no additional server configuration necessary, although you can of course supply arguments to
new() as described in the RPC::Serialized manual page.
To start the server, issue the following command:
This module is a derivative of
YAML::RPC, written by
pod and Ray Miller, at the University of Oxford Computing Services. Without their brilliant creation this system would not exist.
Oliver Gorwits <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by University of Oxford.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.