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NAME AnyEvent::SerialPort - AnyEvent::Handle subclass for serial ports VERSION version 1.130171 SYNOPSIS use AnyEvent; use AnyEvent::SerialPort; my $cv = AnyEvent->condvar; my $hdl; $hdl = AnyEvent::SerialPort->new( serial_port => '/dev/ttyUSB0', # other AnyEvent::Handle arguments here ); # or to use something other than 9600 8n1 raw $hdl = AnyEvent::SerialPort->new ( serial_port => [ '/dev/ttyUSB0', [ baudrate => 4800 ], # other [ "Device::SerialPort setter name" => \@arguments ] here ], # other AnyEvent::Handle arguments here ); # obtain the Device::SerialPort object my $port = $hdl->serial_port; DESCRIPTION This module is a subclass of AnyEvent::Handle for serial ports. IMPORTANT: This is a new API and is still subject to change. Feedback and suggestions would be very welcome. METHODS new(%parameters) Constructs an AnyEvent::SerialPort object based on the given parameters. The permitted parameters are those of the AnyEvent::Handle super class constructor (except "connect" and "fh" which would not make sense) and a "serial_port" parameter. The value of the serial port parameter may be either: * the full path name of the serial device, or * a list reference containing the full path name of the serial device and zero or more list references each containing a Device::SerialPort method name and arguments to be executed on the wrapped Device::SerialPort object. By default, the following setter methods are called on the underlying Device::SerialPort object: baudrate(9600), databits(8), parity('none'), stopbits(1), and datatype('raw') The second form of the "serial_port" parameter value described above can be used to override these settings and apply additional setters. See the "SYNOPSIS" for examples. serial_port() Return the wrapped Device::SerialPort object. AUTHOR Mark Hindess <firstname.lastname@example.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Mark Hindess. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.