El Módulo IO::Multiplex

Véase IO::Multiplex

Cliente

pp2@nereida:~/src/perl/testing$ cat -n iomultiplextelnet.pl
 1  use IO::Socket;
 2  use IO::Multiplex;
 3
 4  # Create a multiplex object
 5  my $mux  = new IO::Multiplex;
 6  # Connect to the host/port specified on the command line,
 7  # or localhost:23
 8  my $sock = new IO::Socket::INET(Proto    => 'tcp',
 9                                  PeerAddr => shift || 'localhost',
10                                  PeerPort => shift || 23)
11      or die "socket: $@";
12
13  # add the relevant file handles to the mux
14  $mux->add($sock);
15  $mux->add(\*STDIN);
16  # We want to buffer output to the terminal.  This prevents the program
17  # from blocking if the user hits CTRL-S for example.
18  $mux->add(\*STDOUT);
19
20  # We're not object oriented, so just request callbacks to the
21  # current package
22  $mux->set_callback_object(__PACKAGE__);
23
24  # Enter the main mux loop.
25  $mux->loop;
26
27  # mux_input is called when input is available on one of
28  # the descriptors.
29  sub mux_input {
30      my $package = shift;
31      my $mux     = shift;
32      my $fh      = shift;
33      my $input   = shift;
34
35      # Figure out whence the input came, and send it on to the
36      # other place.
37      if ($fh == $sock) {
38          print STDOUT $$input;
39      } else {
40          print $sock $$input;
41      }
42      # Remove the input from the input buffer.
43      $$input = '';
44  }
45
46  # This gets called if the other end closes the connection.
47  sub mux_close {
48      print STDERR "Connection Closed\n";
49      exit;
50  }

Servidor

pp2@nereida:~/src/perl/testing$ cat -n iomultiplexserver.pl
 1  use IO::Socket;
 2  use IO::Multiplex;
 3
 4  my $mux  = new IO::Multiplex;
 5
 6  # Create a listening socket
 7  my $sock = new IO::Socket::INET(Proto     => 'tcp',
 8                                  LocalPort => shift || 2300,
 9                                  Listen    => 4)
10      or die "socket: $@";
11
12  # We use the listen method instead of the add method.
13  $mux->listen($sock);
14
15  $mux->set_callback_object(__PACKAGE__);
16  $mux->loop;
17
18  sub mux_input {
19      my $package = shift;
20      my $mux     = shift;
21      my $fh      = shift;
22      my $input   = shift;
23
24      # The handles method returns a list of references to handles which
25      # we have registered, except for listen sockets.
26      foreach $c ($mux->handles) {
27          print $c $$input;
28      }
29      $$input = '';
30  }



Subsecciones
Casiano Rodríguez León
2012-02-29