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perl-Net-Telnet-3.04-lp150.1.3 RPM for noarch

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Name: perl-Net-Telnet Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 3.04 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.1.3 Build date: Sat Jun 8 14:00:00 2013
Group: Development/Libraries/Perl Build host: lamb52
Size: 183416 Source RPM: perl-Net-Telnet-3.04-lp150.1.3.src.rpm
Summary: interact with TELNET port or other TCP ports
Net::Telnet allows you to make client connections to a TCP port and do
network I/O, especially to a port using the TELNET protocol. Simple I/O
methods such as print, get, and getline are provided. More sophisticated
interactive features are provided because connecting to a TELNET port
ultimately means communicating with a program designed for human
interaction. These interactive features include the ability to specify a
time-out and to wait for patterns to appear in the input stream, such as
the prompt from a shell. IPv6 support is available when using perl 5.14 or
later (see 'family()'.

Other reasons to use this module than strictly with a TELNET port are:

* *

  You're not familiar with sockets and you want a simple way to make client
  connections to TCP services.

* *

  You want to be able to specify your own time-out while connecting,
  reading, or writing.

* *

  You're communicating with an interactive program at the other end of some
  socket or pipe and you want to wait for certain patterns to appear.

Here's an example that prints who's logged-on to a remote host. In addition
to a username and password, you must also know the user's shell prompt,
which for this example is '"bash$ "'

    use Net::Telnet ();
    $t = new Net::Telnet (Timeout => 10,
                          Prompt => '/bash\$ $/');
    $t->login($username, $passwd);
    @lines = $t->cmd("who");
    print @lines;

See the *EXAMPLES* section below for more examples.

Usage questions should be directed to the discussion group.
Bugs can be viewed or reported at on the Net::Telnet page.




GPL-1.0+ or Artistic-1.0


* Sat Jun 08 2013
  - updated to 3.04
    * (open family sockfamily): Added IPv6
      support.  It is enabled using the method/parameter
      family() and the installed Socket package version is
      1.94+ (which corresponds with perl 5.14+).
    * (peerhost peerport sockhost sockport):
      New methods to support IPv6, because the inherited
      ones from IO::Socket::INET don't.
    * (open localhost localfamily): New
      methods and open() parameters for binding to a local
      network interface.
    * (dump_log, input_log, option_log, output_log): Fixed
      so they turn off logging when passed an empty string arg.
    * (_fillbuf _put): Fixed to use
      Errno::EINTR, when possible, to test for an
      interrupted select(), sysread(), or syswrite().  The
      test for $! =~ /^interrupted doesn't work when LANG
      is not English.
    * (dump_log, input_log, option_log, output_log): Fixed
      so they take a bare filehandle.
* Wed Feb 27 2013
  - update license to new format
* Fri Nov 18 2011
  - use original .tar.gz
* Wed Dec 01 2010
  - switch to perl_requires macro
* Mon Nov 29 2010
  - remove /var/adm/perl-modules
* Tue Oct 19 2010
  - add perl as explicit buildrequire
* Sun Jan 10 2010
  - enable parallel build
* Wed Jan 25 2006
  - converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires
* Wed Sep 28 2005
  - add norootforbuild
* Fri Aug 22 2003
  - require the perl version we build with



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