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Inline::Wrapper::Module(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				Inline::Wrapper::Module(3)

NAME
Inline::Wrapper::Module - Internal object wrapper for individual Inline modules. SYNOPSIS
use Inline::Wrapper::Module; DESCRIPTION
Inline::Wrapper::Module is used internally by Inline::Wrapper, and should not be used directly. It will croak if you attempt to do so. It is a descendent class of Inline::Wrapper. METHODS
new() Takes the same arguments as "new()" in Inline::Wrapper, but also requires a module_name and lang_ext argument. Don't use this. It will croak if you try to use it directly. initialize() Initialize the object instance. DESTROY() Destructor to clean up the object instance, and wipe the private code module namespace created when binding the symbol list. INHERITANCE
As Inline::Wrapper::Module is an inherited class from Inline::Wrapper, all methods that apply to the base class also apply to objects of this class. However, note that this has the following effects, due to the semantics of the load()/run() steps: auto_reload settings vs. when method effects take place: auto_reload value: | FALSE TRUE --------------------+------------------------------------------ set_base_dir() | no effect after next reload / run() set_language() | no effect after next reload / run() add_language() | no effect after next reload / run() Please read through "load()" in Inline::Wrapper and "run()" in Inline::Wrapper for insight into why the implementation works like this. SEE ALSO
Inline::Wrapper The Inline documentation. The Inline-FAQ list. The examples/ directory of this module's distribution. AUTHOR
Please kindly read through this documentation and the examples/ thoroughly, before emailing me with questions. Your answer is likely in here. Also make sure that your issue is actually with the Inline::Wrapper modules, and not with Inline itself. Jason McManus (INFIDEL) -- "infidel AT cpan.org" LICENSE
Copyright (c) Jason McManus This module may be used, modified, and distributed under the same terms as Perl itself. Please see the license that came with your Perl distribution for details. perl v5.16.2 2010-03-10 Inline::Wrapper::Module(3)

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Inline-Support(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					 Inline-Support(3)

NAME
Inline-Support - Support Information for Inline.pm and related modules. DESCRIPTION
This document contains all of the latest support information for "Inline.pm" and the recognized Inline Language Support Modules (ILSMs) available on CPAN. SUPPORTED LANGUAGES
The most important language that Inline supports is "C". That is because Perl itself is written in "C". By giving a your Perl scripts access to "C", you in effect give them access to the entire glorious internals of Perl. (Caveat scriptor :-) As of this writing, Inline also supports: - C++ - Java - Python - Tcl - Assembly - CPR - And even Inline::Foo! :) Projects that I would most like to see happen in the year 2001 are: - Fortran - Ruby - Lisp - Guile - Bash - Perl4 SUPPORTED PLATFORMS
"Inline::C" should work anywhere that CPAN extension modules (those that use XS) can be installed, using the typical install format of: perl Makefile.PL make make test make install It has been tested on many Unix and Windows variants. NOTE: "Inline::C" requires Perl 5.005 or higher because "Parse::RecDescent" requires it. (Something to do with the "qr" operator) Inline has been successfully tested at one time or another on the following platforms: Linux Solaris SunOS HPUX AIX FreeBSD OpenBSD BeOS OS X WinNT Win2K WinME Win98 Cygwin The Microsoft tests deserve a little more explanation. I used the following: Windows NT 4.0 (service pack 6) Perl 5.005_03 (ActiveState build 522) MS Visual C++ 6.0 The "nmake" make utility (distributed w/ Visual C++) "Inline::C" pulls all of its base configuration (including which "make" utility to use) from "Config.pm". Since your MSWin32 version of Perl probably came from ActiveState (as a binary distribution) the "Config.pm" will indicate that "nmake" is the system's "make" utility. That is because ActiveState uses Visual C++ to compile Perl. To install "Inline.pm" (or any other CPAN module) on MSWin32 w/ Visual C++, use these: perl Makefile.PL nmake nmake test nmake install Inline has also been made to work with Mingw32/gcc on all Windows platforms. This is a free compiler for Windows. You must also use a perl built with that compiler. The "Cygwin" test was done on a Windows 98 machine using the Cygwin Unix/Win32 porting layer software from Cygnus. The "perl" binary on this machine was also compiled using the Cygwin tool set ("gcc"). This software is freely available from http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/ If you get Inline to work on a new platform, please send me email email. If it doesn't work, let me know as well and I'll see what can be done. SEE ALSO
For general information about Inline see Inline. For information about using Inline with C see Inline::C. For sample programs using Inline with C see Inline::C-Cookbook. For information on writing your own Inline Language Support Module, see Inline-API. Inline's mailing list is inline@perl.org To subscribe, send email to inline-subscribe@perl.org AUTHOR
Brian Ingerson <INGY@cpan.org> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2000-2002. Brian Ingerson. Copyright (c) 2008, 2010, 2011. Sisyphus. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html perl v5.18.2 2012-11-19 Inline-Support(3)
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