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App::KGB::Client::ServerRef(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			  App::KGB::Client::ServerRef(3pm)

App::KGB::Client::ServerRef - server instance in KGB client SYNOPSIS
use App::KGB::Client::ServerRef; my $s = App::KGB::Client::ServerRef->new( { uri => "http://some.server:port/", password => 's3cr1t', timeout => 5 } ); $s->send_changes( $client, $commit, $branch, $module ); DESCRIPTION
App::KGB::Client::ServerRef is used in App::KGB::Client to refer to remote KGB server instances. It encapsulates sending change sets to the remote server, maintaining the SOAP protocol encapsulation and authentication to the remote KGB server. CONSTRUCTOR
new The usual constructor. Accepts a hashref of initialiers. FIELDS
uri (mandatory) The URI of the remote KGB server. Something like "". proxy This is the SOAP proxy used to communicate with the server. If omitted, defaults to the value of uri field, with "?session=KGB" appended. password (mandatory) Password, to be used for authentication to the remote KGB server. timeout Specifies the timeout for the SOAP transaction in seconds. Defaults to 15 seconds. verbose Be verbose about communicating with KGB server. METHODS
send_changes (message parameters) Transmits the change set and all data about it along with the necessary authentication hash. If error occures, an exception is thrown. Message parameters are passed as arguments in the following order: Client instance (App::KGB::Client) Commit (an instance of App::KGB::Commit) Branch Module perl v5.12.4 2011-09-15 App::KGB::Client::ServerRef(3pm)

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App::Termcast(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					App::Termcast(3pm)

App::Termcast - broadcast your terminal sessions for remote viewing VERSION
version 0.12 SYNOPSIS
my $tc = App::Termcast->new(user => 'foo'); $tc->run('bash'); DESCRIPTION
App::Termcast is a client for the <> service, which allows broadcasting of a terminal session for remote viewing. ATTRIBUTES
host Server to connect to (defaults to, the host for the service). port Port to use on the termcast server (defaults to 31337). user Username to use (defaults to the local username). password Password for the given user. The password is set the first time that username connects, and must be the same every subsequent time. It is sent in plaintext as part of the connection process, so don't use an important password here. Defaults to 'asdf' since really, a password isn't all that important unless you're worried about being impersonated. bell_on_watcher Whether or not to send a bell to the terminal when a watcher connects or disconnects. Defaults to false. timeout How long in seconds to use for the timeout to the termcast server. Defaults to 5. METHODS
establishment_message Returns the string sent to the termcast server when connecting (typically containing the username and password) termsize_message Returns the string sent to the termcast server whenever the terminal size changes. write_to_termcast $BUF Sends $BUF to the termcast server. run @ARGV Runs the given command in the local terminal as though via "system", but streams all output from that command to the termcast server. The command may be an interactive program (in fact, this is the most useful case). TODO
Use MooseX::SimpleConfig to make configuration easier. BUGS
No known bugs. Please report any bugs through RT: email "bug-app-termcast at", or browse to <>. SEE ALSO
You can find this documentation for this module with the perldoc command. perldoc App::Termcast You can also look for information at: o AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation <> o CPAN Ratings <> o RT: CPAN's request tracker <> o Search CPAN <> AUTHOR
Jesse Luehrs <doy at tozt dot net> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Jesse Luehrs. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-03-15 App::Termcast(3pm)
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