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NAME

       Net::Server::Coro - A co-operative multithreaded server using Coro

SYNOPSIS

           use Coro;
           use base qw/Net::Server::Coro/;

           __PACKAGE__->new->run;

           sub process_request {
              ...
              cede;
              ...
           }

DESCRIPTION

       Net::Server::Coro implements multithreaded server for the Net::Server architecture, using
       Coro and Coro::Socket to make all reads and writes non-blocking.  Additionally, it
       supports non-blocking SSL negotiation.

METHODS

       Most methods are inherited from Net::Server -- see it for further usage details.

   new
       Create new Net::Server::Coro object. It accepts these parameters (in addition to
       Net::Server parameters):

       server_cert
           Path to the SSL certificate that the server should use. This can be either relative or
           absolute path.  Defaults to certs/server-cert.pem

       server_key
           Path to the SSL certificate key that the server should use. This can be either
           relative or absolute path.  Defaults to certs/server-key.pem

   proto_object HOST, PORT, PROTO
       Wraps socket creation, turning all socket types into Net::Server::Proto::Coro objects.

   loop
       The main loop uses starts a number of Coro coroutines:

       ·   One for each listening socket.

       ·   One for each active connection.  Since these may respawn on a firlay frequent basis,
           "async_pool" in Coro is used to maintain a pool of coroutines.

       ·   An AnyEvent infinite wait, which equates to the "run the event loop."

   server_cert [PATH]
       Gets or sets the path of the SSL certificate used by the server.

   server_key [PATH]
       Gets or sets the path of the SSL key file used by the server.

DEPENDENCIES

       Coro, AnyEvent, Net::Server

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

       The client filehandle, socket, and peer information all use Coro::Specific in order to
       constrain their information to their coroutine.  Attempting to access them from a
       different coroutine will yield possibly unexpected results.

       Generally, all those of Coro.  Please report any bugs or feature requests specific to
       Net::Server::Coro to "bug-net-server-coro@rt.cpan.org", or through the web interface at
       <http://rt.cpan.org>.

AUTHORS

       Alex Vandiver "<alexmv@bestpractical.com>"; code originally from Audrey Tang
       "<cpan@audreyt.org>"

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2006 by Audrey Tang <cpan@audreyt.org>

       Copyright 2007-2008 by Best Practical Solutions

       This software is released under the MIT license cited below.

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