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NAME
Cocoa::EventLoop - perl interface for Cocoa event loop.
SYNOPSIS
use Cocoa::EventLoop;
# on-shot timer
my $timer = Cocoa::EventLoop->timer(
after => 10,
cb => sub {
# do something
},
);
# repeatable timer
my $timer = Cocoa::EventLoop->timer(
after => 10,
interval => 10,
cb => sub {
# do something
},
);
# stop or cancel timers
undef $timer;
# I/O Watcher
my $io = Cocoa::EventLoop->io(
fh => *STDIN,
poll => 'r',
cb => sub {
warn 'read: ', <STDIN>;
},
);
# run main loop
Cocoa::EventLoop->run;
# run main loop for specified period.
Cocoa::EventLoop->run_while($secs);
DESCRIPTION
This module provides perl interface for Cocoa's event loop, NSRunLoop.
And also provides some timers and io watchers within the loop.
If you want to use or write some modules that depends Cocoa event loop,
using this module is easiest way. For example, Cocoa::Growl is possible
to handle click event when it runs with this module:
use Cocoa::EventLoop;
use Cocoa::Growl;
my $done = 0;
growl_notify(
name => 'Notification Name',
title => 'Hello',
description => 'Cocoa World!',
on_click => sub {
$done++;
},
on_timeout => sub {
$done++;
},
);
Cocoa::EventLoop->run_while(0.1) while !$done;
If you write more complicated script, consider using
AnyEvent::Impl::NSRunLoop instead of using this module directly.
AnyEvent::Impl::NSRunLoop is a wrapper for Cocoa::EventLoop and
AnyEvent. If you use AnyEvent::Impl::NSRunLoop, you can use any AnyEvent
based modules in Cocoa's event loop.
CLASS METHODS
Cocoa::EventLoop->timer(%parameters)
$timer = Cocoa::EventLoop->timer(after => <seconds>, cb => <callback>);
$timer = Cocoa::EventLoop->timer(
after => <fractional_seconds>,
interval => <fractional_seconds>,
cb => <callback>,
);
Create one-shot or repeat timer.
Available parameters are:
* after => 'Number'
How many seconds (fractional values are supported) the callback
should be invoked. When this value does not specified, use 0 by
default.
* interval => 'Number'
Callback will be invoked regularly at this interval (in fractional
seconds) after the first invocation. If this value does not
specified, use 0 by default (== act as non repeat, on-shot timer);
* cb => 'CodeRef'
Callbacks that will be invoked when timer is fire. This parameter is
required.
Cocoa::EventLoop->io(%parameters)
$io = Cocoa::EventLoop->io(
fh => <filehandle_or_fileno>,
poll => <"r" or "w">,
cb => <callback>,
);
Create I/O watcher. Available parameters are:
* fh => 'FileHandle' or fileno
Perl file handle (or a naked file descriptor) to watch for events.
(Required)
* poll => 'r' or 'w'
Type for watching event. 'r' is for readable, 'w' is for writable.
(Required)
* cb => 'CodeRef'
callback to invoke each time the file handle becomes ready.
(Required)
Cocoa::EventLoop->run
Start Cocoa main loop.
This method exits immediately when no input sources or timers are
attached to the loop, but Mac OS X can install and remove additional
input sources as needed, and those sources could therefore prevent the
run loop from exiting.
If you want the run loop to terminate, you shouldn't use this method.
Instead, use one of the other run methods and also check other arbitrary
conditions of your own, in a loop. A simple example would be:
my $should_keep_running = 0; # global
Cocoa::EventLoop->run_while(0.1) while $should_keep_running;
Cocoa::EventLoop->run_while($secs)
Run Cocoa main loop only while specified seconds.
AUTHOR
Daisuke Murase <typester@cpan.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2009 by KAYAC Inc.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included
with this module.