Provided by: libfcgi-async-perl_0.22-1_all bug


       "FCGI::Async" - use FastCGI with IO::Async


        use FCGI::Async;
        use IO::Async::Loop;

        my $loop = IO::Async::Loop->new();

        my $fcgi = FCGI::Async->new(
           loop => $loop
           service => 1234,

           on_request => sub {
              my ( $fcgi, $req ) = @_;

              # Handle the request here



       This subclass of Net::Async::FastCGI provides a slightly different API; where it can take
       an argument containing the IO::Async::Loop object, rather than be added as "Notifier"
       object within one. It is provided mostly as a backward-compatibility wrapper for older
       code using this interface; newer code ought to use the "Net::Async::FastCGI" interface


   $fcgi = FCGI::Async->new( %args )
       Returns a new instance of a "FCGI::Async" object.

       If either a "handle" or "service" argument are passed to the constructor, then the newly-
       created object is added to the given "IO::Async::Loop", then the "listen" method is
       invoked, passing the entire %args hash to it.

       If either of the above arguments are given, then a "IO::Async::Loop" must also be

       loop => IO::Async::Loop
           A reference to the "IO::Async::Loop" which will contain the listening sockets.


       Paul Evans <>