libnet-async-http-perl 0.44-2 source package in Ubuntu


libnet-async-http-perl (0.44-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild.

 -- Andrej Shadura <email address hidden>  Mon, 12 Aug 2019 15:04:22 +0200

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Debian Perl Group on 2019-08-12
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libnet-async-http-perl_0.44-2.debian.tar.xz 1.8 KiB 54644419090fd5290576a179b433157b035ba9a477fc3ecdd0c686043cbc8351

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libnet-async-http-perl: use HTTP with IO::Async

 This object class implements an asynchronous HTTP user agent. It sends
 requests to servers, returning Future instances to yield responses when they
 are received. The object supports multiple concurrent connections to servers,
 and allows multiple requests in the pipeline to any one connection. Normally,
 only one such object will be needed per program to support any number of
 As well as using futures the module also supports a callback-based interface.
 Net::Async::HTTP optionally supports SSL connections, if IO::Async::SSL is
 installed. If so, SSL can be requested either by passing a URI with the https
 scheme, or by passing a true value as the SSL parameter.