Provided by: libur-perl_0.440-1_all
UR::Service::RPC::Server - Class for implementing RPC servers
my $executer = Some::Exec::Class->create(fh => $fh); my $server = UR::Service::RPC::Server->create(); $server->add_executer($executer); $server->loop(5); # Process messages for 5 seconds
The RPC server implementation isn't fleshed out very well yet, and may change in the future.
add_executer $server->add_executer($exec); Incorporate a new UR::Service::RPC::Executer instance to this server. It adds the Executer's filehandle to its own internal IO::Select object. loop $server->loop(); $server->loop(0); $server->loop($timeout); Enter the Server's event loop for the given number of seconds. If the timeout is undef, it will stay in the loop forever. If the timeout is 0, it will make a single pass though the readable filehandles and call "execute" on their Executer objects. If the return value of an Executer's "execute" method is false, that Executer's file handle is removed from the internal Select object.