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Name: perl-AnyEvent Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP3
Version: 7.14 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: bp153.1.12 Build date: Sat Mar 6 10:09:26 2021
Group: Development/Libraries/Perl Build host: s390zp23
Size: 999772 Source RPM: perl-AnyEvent-7.14-bp153.1.12.src.rpm
Summary: The Dbi of Event Loop Programming
AnyEvent provides a uniform interface to various event loops. This allows
module authors to use event loop functionality without forcing module users
to use a specific event loop implementation (since more than one event loop
cannot coexist peacefully).

The interface itself is vaguely similar, but not identical to the Event

During the first call of any watcher-creation method, the module tries to
detect the currently loaded event loop by probing whether one of the
following modules is already loaded: EV, AnyEvent::Loop, Event, Glib, Tk,
Event::Lib, Qt, POE. The first one found is used. If none are detected, the
module tries to load the first four modules in the order given; but note
that if EV is not available, the pure-perl AnyEvent::Loop should always
work, so the other two are not normally tried.

Because AnyEvent first checks for modules that are already loaded, loading
an event model explicitly before first using AnyEvent will likely make that
model the default. For example:

   use Tk;
   use AnyEvent;


The _likely_ means that, if any module loads another event model and starts
using it, all bets are off - this case should be very rare though, as very
few modules hardcode event loops without announcing this very loudly.

The pure-perl implementation of AnyEvent is called 'AnyEvent::Loop'. Like
other event modules you can load it explicitly and enjoy the high
availability of that event loop :)




GPL-1.0+ or Artistic-1.0


* Sun Jun 25 2017
  - updated to 7.14
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-AnyEvent/Changes
* Mon Sep 19 2016
  - updated to 7.13
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-AnyEvent/Changes
* Sun Sep 18 2016
  - updated to 7.13
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-AnyEvent/Changes
    7.13 Sat Sep 17 04:31:49 CEST 2016
    - Only call tlsext_host_name for non-empty common names (reported
      by Maxime Soulé).
    - log a (single) notice message if SNI is not supported.
    - upgrade to UTS-46:9.0.0 draft and switch to non-transitional
      behaviour, beating thunderbird, ie, edge, chrome and safari to it :)
      (see also
    - turns out the UTS-46 IDNA testcase failures were indeed bugs in the
      testcases and the specification and not in the code - the post-9.0.0
      unicode files have all known problems fixed, so finally the AnyEvent
      IDNA implementation can pass the full IDNA testsuite - without needing
      a single fix :)
    - guarantee (and document) that condvar callbacks will be removed
      on invocation - important to avoid circular references.
* Sun Feb 07 2016
  - updated to 7.12
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-AnyEvent/Changes
* Sun Sep 20 2015
  - updated to 7.11
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-AnyEvent/Changes
    TODO: more formats for parse_ipv6 (single ipv6 address without port, ...p80, ...#80)
    7.11 Thu Jul 16 14:36:00 CEST 2015
    - AnyEvent::Socket::parse_ipv6 could accept malformed ipv6
      addresses (extra "::" at end and similar cases).
    - add a more explicit warning to AnyEvent::Handle that it doesn't
      work on files, people keep getting confused.
    - new function AnyEvent::Socket::tcp_bind.
    - new functions AnyEvent::fh_block and AnyEvent::fh_unblock.
    - aligned ipv6 address formatting with RFC 5952 (by not shortening
      a single :0: to ::).
    - added stability canary support.
* Sun May 03 2015
  - updated to 7.09
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-AnyEvent/Changes
    TODO: hosts always read? that's not expected
    7.09 Sat May  2 16:38:53 CEST 2015
    - AnyEvent::Debug called an internal function (AnyEvent::Log::ft)
      that was renamed to AnyEvent::Log:format_time. uinder its old name
      (analyzed by Michael Stovenour).
    - update AnyEvent::DNS fallback resolver addresses:
      seems google effectively killed most other free dns resolvers,
      so remove them, but add cable and wireless (ecrc) since it was
      stable for 20 years or so, official or not, and there should be
      an alternative to google.
    - perl5porters broke windows error codes in 5.20, and mapped
      WSAEWOULDBLOCK on the (different) EWOULDBLOCK error code, and
      WSAEINPROGRESS into the incompatible ERINPROGRESS code, probably
      because they were so cool. They probably broke other error codes
      for no reason, too, but I didn't care for checking, it's too
      depressing. This version only works around the WSAEWOULDBLOCK
      issue, because I don't have a nice way to work around the
* Tue Apr 14 2015
  - updated to 7.08
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-AnyEvent/Changes
    7.08 Wed Dec 10 05:27:17 CET 2014
    - work around a newly introduced bug in Socket 2.011 (an
      errornous sun_length check) (analyzed by Maxime Soulé).
    - AnyEvent::TLS didn't load (but refer to) AnyEvent::Socket
      (analyzed by Ben Magistro).
    - AnyEvent::Strict will now confess, not croak. This is in line with
      it being a development/debugging tool.
    - work around a number of libglib bugs (debug builds of libglib enforce
      certain undocumented behaviour patterns such as not being able to
      remove a child watch source after it has fired, which we will try
      to emulate to avoid "criticals". what where they thinking...).
    - mention json security issues in AnyEvent::Handle, now that Douglas
      Crockford has foolishly and incompatibly changed JSON.
    - changed default dns resolver "max_outstanding" value from 1 to 10,
      the latter beinfg the intended value all along
      (reported by Ilya Chesnokov).
    - added new "AnyEvent::Impl::UV" interface module to the UV event lib
      (written by Mike Lowell).
* Sun Feb 09 2014
  - updated to 7.07
    - the documentation for custom tls verify schemes was wrong. make it agree
      with the code (reported by Maxime Soulé).
    - added cbor read and write types to AnyEvent::Handle (using CBOR::XS).
    - work around an API change in openssl that could cause wrong tls connection
      aborts, likely on windows only (analyzed by sten).
    - calling AnyEvent->now_update with AnyEvent::Impl::Perl caused an
      endless loop (reported by Dietrich Rebmann).
    - add tlsv1_1 and tlsv1_2 protocols to AnyEvent::TLS
      (patch by Maxime Soulé).
    - document AnyEvent::Impl::IOAsync::set_loop and
      $AnyEvent::Impl::IOAsync::LOOP. Though only documented now, this
      functionality has _always_ been available.
    - force a toplevel domain name in t/81_hosts.t (analyzed by
      David Jack Wange Olrik).
    - document that AnyEvent::Log uses AnyEvent::IO.
    - warn about AnyEvent::Filesys::Notify performance.
    - praise the joys of AnyEvent::Fork::*.
    - time for an =encoding directive.
    - do no longer use JSON to create a default json coder, use
      JSON::XS or JSON::PP directly.
* Fri Oct 04 2013
  - updated to 7.05
    - couldn't be found due to wrong naming of the file
      (reported by Fulko Hew).
    - handle lone \015's properly in AE::Handle's default line read
      (reported by various people).
    - untaint ip addresses found in /etc/hosts (patch by José Micó).
    - the memleak fix in 7.03 caused resolving via /etc/hosts to always
      fail on first use (reported and testcase by Andrew Whatson).
    - expose AnyEvent::Log::format_time, and allow users to redefine it.
    - expose AnyEvent::Log::default_format, and allow redefinition.
    - expose AnyEvent::Log::fatal_exit, to allow redefinition.
    - AnyEvent::Debug shell can now run coro shell commands, if available.
    - t/63* tests were wrongly in MANIFEST.
    -'s finger server went MIA, switch to and
    - clarify that IO::AIO and AnyEvent::AIO are needed for AnyEvent::IO
      to function asynchronously (reported by Daniel Carosone).
    - hard-disable $^W in most tests, it generates too much garbage output.
    - use a (hopefully) more future-proof method to emulate common::sense.
    - upgrade to UTS-46:6.2.0.
    - switch to INSTLIB from INSTLIBDIR, as INSTLIBDIR was wrongly
      documented. should not affect anything.
* Mon Jun 03 2013
  - updated to 7.04
    - debugging code left in.
    - AnyEvent::Socket::inet_aton did not work when dns resolution was
      used to find the addresses (analyzed and patch by Maxime Soulé).
    - fix a memory leak in the /etc/hosts lookup code when hosts don't
      resolve and are not in hosts (analyzed by sten).



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