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-Sys::CPU is Copyright (c) 2001-2010, MZSanford
-
-This module is free software; you
-can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms
-as Perl itself. For more details, see the full text of the
-licenses in the directory LICENSES.
-
-NAME
- Sys::CPU - Perl extension for getting CPU information. Currently only
- number of CPU's supported.
-
-SYNOPSIS
- use Sys::CPU;
-
- $number_of_cpus = Sys::CPU::cpu_count();
- printf("I have %d CPU's\n",$number_of_cpus);
- print " Speed : ",Sys::CPU::cpu_clock(),"\n";
- print " Type : ",Sys::CPU::cpu_type(),"\n";
-
-DESCRIPTION
- In responce to a post on perlmonks.org, a module for counting the number
- of CPU's on a system. Support has now also been added for type of CPU
- and clock speed. While much of the code is from UNIX::Processors, win32
- support has been added (but not tested).
-
- EXPORT
-
- None by default.
-
-AUTHOR
- MZSanford
-MAINTENANCE
- Marc Koderer
-
-
-SEE ALSO
- perl(1), sysconf(3)
-
-CHANGES
-
-Revision history for Perl extension Sys::CPU.
-
-0.01 Wed Jun 27 16:43:58 2001
- - original version; created by h2xs 1.20 with options -A -n Sys::CPU
-
-0.10
- - Added cpu_type and cpu_clock functions
- - Changed to better win32 suppport (untested)
-
-0.20
- - Fixed linux support
-
-0.25
- - Fixed dist tar problem
-
-0.30
- - Fixed win32 supprot to work with Windows 2000 (thanks Gary)
- - Changed interface to eliminate cpu numbers
-
-0.35
- - Fixed linux support (thanks Peter)
-
-0.40
- - Fixed HP-UX support (thanks Brett Gersekowski)
-
-0.45
- - Fixed Solaris support
-
-0.50
- - Fixed Darwin/Mac Os support (Marc Koderer)
-
-0.51
- - Fixed hidden mac os files
-
-0.52
- - Fixed bug 50933 and 25253
- - Added license info (Fedora bug 585336)
-
-0.53
- - Fixed bug in s390 CPU detection
-
-0.54
- - Clean up some compiler warnings introduced in 0.53
+Sys::CPU is Copyright (c) 2001-2010, MZSanford
+
+This module is free software; you
+can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms
+as Perl itself. For more details, see the full text of the
+licenses in the directory LICENSES.
+
+NAME
+ Sys::CPU - Perl extension for getting CPU information. Currently only
+ number of CPU's supported.
+
+SYNOPSIS
+ use Sys::CPU;
+
+ $number_of_cpus = Sys::CPU::cpu_count();
+ printf("I have %d CPU's\n",$number_of_cpus);
+ print " Speed : ",Sys::CPU::cpu_clock(),"\n";
+ print " Type : ",Sys::CPU::cpu_type(),"\n";
+
+DESCRIPTION
+ In responce to a post on perlmonks.org, a module for counting the number
+ of CPU's on a system. Support has now also been added for type of CPU
+ and clock speed. While much of the code is from UNIX::Processors, win32
+ support has been added (but not tested).
+
+ EXPORT
+
+ None by default.
+
+AUTHOR
+ MZSanford
+MAINTENANCE
+ Marc Koderer
+
+
+SEE ALSO
+ perl(1), sysconf(3)
+
+CHANGES
+
+Revision history for Perl extension Sys::CPU.
+
+0.01 Wed Jun 27 16:43:58 2001
+ - original version; created by h2xs 1.20 with options -A -n Sys::CPU
+
+0.10
+ - Added cpu_type and cpu_clock functions
+ - Changed to better win32 suppport (untested)
+
+0.20
+ - Fixed linux support
+
+0.25
+ - Fixed dist tar problem
+
+0.30
+ - Fixed win32 supprot to work with Windows 2000 (thanks Gary)
+ - Changed interface to eliminate cpu numbers
+
+0.35
+ - Fixed linux support (thanks Peter)
+
+0.40
+ - Fixed HP-UX support (thanks Brett Gersekowski)
+
+0.45
+ - Fixed Solaris support
+
+0.50
+ - Fixed Darwin/Mac Os support (Marc Koderer)
+
+0.51
+ - Fixed hidden mac os files
+
+0.52
+ - Fixed bug 50933 and 25253
+ - Added license info (Fedora bug 585336)
+
+0.53
+ - Fixed bug in s390 CPU detection (thanks Petr Pisar)
+
+0.54
+ - Clean up some compiler warnings introduced in 0.53 (thanks Petr Pisar)
+ - Clean up other compiler warnings (thanks Petr Pisar)

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