libanyevent-callback-perl 0.06-1 source package in Ubuntu


libanyevent-callback-perl (0.06-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Add 'anyway' callback.

 -- Dmitry E. Oboukhov <email address hidden>  Sat, 30 Jun 2012 18:01:26 +0400

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libanyevent-callback-perl: callback aggregator for AnyEvent watchers

 The module allows You to create callback's hierarchy. Also the module
 groups error and result callbacks into one object.
 Also the module checks if one callback was called by watcher or not.
 If a watcher doesn't call result or error callback, error callback will
 be called automatically.
 Also the module checks if a callback was called reentrant. In the case
 the module will complain (using "carp" in Carp).
 If a watcher touches error callback and if superior didn't define error
 callback, the module will call error callback upwards hierarchy.