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NAME

       TM::ResourceAble::MemCached - Topic Maps, Memcached server backend

SYNOPSIS

           use TM::ResourceAble::MemCached;
           use Fcntl;
           # create/reset new map
           my $tm = new TM::ResourceAble::MemCached (
                       baseuri => 'http://whereever/',
                       servers => [ localhost:11211 ],
                       mode    => O_TRUNC | O_CREAT,
                    );

           # use TM interface

           # open existing map
           my $tm = new TM::ResourceAble::MemCached (
                        baseuri => 'http://whereever/',
                        servers => [ localhost:11211 ],
                    );

DESCRIPTION

       This package implements TM using a memcached server farm as backend. You should be able
       (without much testing, mind you, so it is EXPERIMENTAL) to perform all operations
       according to the TM interface.

       NOTE: The implementation is using the TIE technique (perltie via Tie::StdHash), so maybe
       there are problems lurking.

       Of course, a set of memcacheds can store any number of maps. To keep them separate, the
       baseuri is used, so make sure every map gets its own baseuri.

INTERFACE

   Constructor
       The constructor expects a hash with the following keys:

       servers (default: none)
           The value must be a reference to an array of strings, each of the form host:port. If
           there is no such list, then the constructor will fail.

       mode (default: O_CREAT)
           The value must be a value from Fcntl to control

           ·   whether the map should be created ("O_CREAT") when it does not exist, and/or

           ·   whether the map should be cleared ("O_TRUNC") when it existed before.

       All other options are passed to the constructor chain of traits (TM::ResourceAble) and
       superclasses (TM).

SEE ALSO

       TM, TM::ResourceAble

AUTHOR INFORMATION

       Copyright 2010, Robert Barta <drrho@cpan.org>, All rights reserved.

       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.  http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html