This hash element is a list of arguments the user passed in to the command. It is suggested that you assign this list to @ARGV and use Getopt::Long and friends to parse the arguments.
This hash element contains a hash of out of band data about the transaction. It is populated with hostname, appname, client_addr, and client_port.
POE::Component::ControlPort->create( local_address => 127.0.0.1, local_port => 31337, # optional... hostname => pie.pants.org, appname => my perl app, commands => \@commands, poe_debug => 1, )
The create() method in the POE::Component::ControlPort namespace is used to create and launch the control port. There are several parameters available to create().
Mandatory. The address on which the control port should listen.
Mandatory. The port on which the control port should listen.
Optional (but boring if not provided). An array of command hashes. See DEFINING COMMANDS above.
Optional. Mostly for display in the control port itself. Will probably be used for other things in the future.
Optional. The name of this application, defaulting to basename($0). This is used by TCPwrappers to determine if the connecting user is allowed to connect. This is also used as the master alias for the control port session.
The control port responds to a shutdown event to the appname given during control port creation. This event will cause the immediate shutdown of all connections and the termination of the listener.
The following perl modules are required for this module to work properly.
o Authen::Libwrap o Carp o File::Basename o POE o Params::Validate o Sys::Hostname
Matt Cashner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
$Rev: 266 $
$Date: 2004-05-09 22:59:17 -0400 (Sun, 09 May 2004) $
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