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APR::SockAddr - Perl API for APR socket address structure Synopsis use APR::SockAddr (); my $ip = $sock_addr->ip_get; my $port = $sock_addr->port; Description "APR::SockAddr" provides an access to a socket address structure fields. Normally you'd get a socket address object, by calling: use Apache2::Connection (); my $remote_sock_addr = $c->remote_addr; my $local_sock_addr = $c->remote_local; API
"APR::SockAddr" provides the following functions and/or methods: "ip_get" Get the IP address of the socket $ip = $sock_addr->ip_get(); obj: $sock_addr ( "APR::SockAddr object" ) ret: $ip ( string ) since: 2.0.00 If you are familiar with how perl's "Socket" works: use Socket 'sockaddr_in'; my ($serverport, $serverip) = sockaddr_in(getpeername($local_sock)); my ($remoteport, $remoteip) = sockaddr_in(getpeername($remote_sock)); in apr-speak that'd be written as: use APR::SockAddr (); use Apache2::Connection (); my $serverport = $c->local_addr->port; my $serverip = $c->local_addr->ip_get; my $remoteport = $c->remote_addr->port; my $remoteip = $c->remote_addr->ip_get; "port" Get the IP address of the socket $port = $sock_addr->port(); obj: $sock_addr ( "APR::SockAddr object" ) ret: $port ( integer ) since: 2.0.00 Example: see "ip_get()" Unsupported API "APR::SockAddr" also provides auto-generated Perl interface for a few other methods which aren't tested at the moment and therefore their API is a subject to change. These methods will be finalized later as a need arises. If you want to rely on any of the following methods please contact the the mod_perl development mailing list so we can help each other take the steps necessary to shift the method to an officially supported API. "equal" META: Autogenerated - needs to be reviewed/completed See if the IP addresses in two APR socket addresses are equivalent. Appropriate logic is present for comparing IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses with IPv4 addresses. $ret = $addr1->equal($addr2); obj: $addr1 ( "APR::SockAddr object" ) One of the APR socket addresses. arg1: $addr2 ( "APR::SockAddr object" ) The other APR socket address. ret: $ret ( integer ) since: subject to change The return value will be non-zero if the addresses are equivalent. See Also mod_perl 2.0 documentation. Copyright mod_perl 2.0 and its core modules are copyrighted under The Apache Software License, Version 2.0. Authors The mod_perl development team and numerous contributors. perl v5.16.2 2011-02-07apache_mod_perl-108~358::mod_perl-2.0.7::docs::api::APR::SockAddr(3)

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APR::ThreadMutex - Perl API for APR thread mutexes Synopsis use APR::ThreadMutex (); my $mutex = APR::ThreadMutex->new($r->pool); $mutex->lock; $mutex->unlock; $mutex->trylock; Description "APR::ThreadMutex" interfaces APR thread mutexes. API
"APR::ThreadMutex" provides the following functions and/or methods: Unsupported API "APR::ThreadMutex" also provides auto-generated Perl interface for a few other methods which aren't tested at the moment and therefore their API is a subject to change. These methods will be finalized later as a need arises. If you want to rely on any of the following methods please contact the the mod_perl development mailing list so we can help each other take the steps necessary to shift the method to an officially supported API. "DESTROY" META: Autogenerated - needs to be reviewed/completed Destroy the mutex and free the memory associated with the lock. $mutex->DESTROY(); obj: $mutex ( "APR::ThreadMutex object" ) the mutex to destroy. ret: no return value since: subject to change "lock" META: Autogenerated - needs to be reviewed/completed Acquire the lock for the given mutex. If the mutex is already locked, the current thread will be put to sleep until the lock becomes available. $ret = $mutex->lock(); obj: $mutex ( "APR::ThreadMutex object" ) the mutex on which to acquire the lock. ret: $ret ( integer ) since: subject to change "new" Create a new mutex my $mutex = APR::ThreadMutex->new($p); obj: "APR::ThreadMutex" ( class name ) arg1: $p ( "APR::Pool object" ) ret: $mutex ( "APR::ThreadMutex object" ) since: subject to change "pool_get" META: Autogenerated - needs to be reviewed/completed META: should probably be renamed to pool(), like all other pool accessors Get the pool used by this thread_mutex. $ret = $obj->pool_get(); obj: $obj ( "APR::ThreadMutex object" ) ret: $ret ( "APR::Pool object" ) apr_pool_t the pool since: subject to change "trylock" META: Autogenerated - needs to be reviewed/completed Attempt to acquire the lock for the given mutex. If the mutex has already been acquired, the call returns immediately with APR_EBUSY. Note: it is important that the APR_STATUS_IS_EBUSY(s) macro be used to determine if the return value was APR_EBUSY, for portability reasons. $ret = $mutex->trylock(); obj: $mutex ( "APR::ThreadMutex object" ) the mutex on which to attempt the lock acquiring. ret: $ret (integer) since: subject to change "unlock" META: Autogenerated - needs to be reviewed/completed Release the lock for the given mutex. $ret = $mutex->unlock(); obj: $mutex ( "APR::ThreadMutex object" ) the mutex from which to release the lock. ret: $ret ( integer ) since: subject to change See Also mod_perl 2.0 documentation. Copyright mod_perl 2.0 and its core modules are copyrighted under The Apache Software License, Version 2.0. Authors The mod_perl development team and numerous contributors. perl v5.16.2 2011-02apache_mod_perl-108~358::mod_perl-2.0.7::docs::api::APR::ThreadMutex(3)
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