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POE is a portable perl multitasking and networking framework for any event loop.
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$Id$ The bulk of this README's information has migrated to the POE manpage. As POE moves closer towards the Common Sense axis, it sometimes diverges away from the Backwards Compatible axis. If this version is being installed over a previous one, please check the Changes file to see what it might break. Interface changes usually are documented. POE may be installed through the CPAN shell in the usual CPAN shell manner. It typically is: perl -MCPAN -e 'install POE' It involves a little more work if you have an older CPAN shell: perl -MCPAN -e shell install POE POE can also be installed manually. The latest CPAN version can be found at <ftp://ftp.cpan.org/pub/CPAN/authors/id/R/RC/RCAPUTO/> or in a similarl named directory at your favorite CPAN mirror. The most recent development snapshot, which only rarely contains heinous showstopper bugs, is available from the author's web site at <http://www.newts.org/~troc/poe.html>. Downloading and unpacking the distribution are left as an exercise for the reader. To "build" and test it afterwards: perl Makefile.PL make test The POE manpage discusses system requirements and compatibility issues. You can preview it with: perldoc ./POE.pm There are several sample programs in the samples subdirectory. The POE manpage briefly explains them. ls -l samples Finally you can install it: make install Good luck, and thank you for reading! -- Rocco Caputo / email@example.com