Provided by: libfile-flock-perl_2014.01-2_all bug


        File::Flock::Forking - adjust File::Flock to handle fork()


        use File::Flock::Forking;
        use File::Flock;


       The purpose of File::Flock::Forking is to change the implementation of File::Flock to
       handle locking on systems that do not hold locks across calls to fork().

       If you are using File::Flock or any module that uses File::Flock then and your program
       uses fork(), then you should import File::Flock::Forking before you import File::Flock or
       any module that uses File::Flock.

       On most operating systems, File::Flock::Forking does nothing.  On Solaris, it changes the
       behavior of File::Flock to be implemented by File::Flock::Subprocess.

       You can also force it to use FIle::Flock::Subprocess by with

               $ENV{FLOCK_FORKING_USE} = 'subprocess'

       Or force it to use File::Flock with

               $ENV{FLOCK_FORKING_USE} = 'flock'


       Copyright (C) 2013 Google, Inc.  This module may be used/copied/etc on the same terms as
       Perl itself.