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TALAGENT(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       TALAGENT(8)

talagent -- helper agent for the Transparent App Lifecycle feature. SYNOPSIS
talagent [command [arguments]] DESCRIPTION
The talagent daemon provides services related to the Transparent App Lifecycle feature. talagent may also be run manually as a command line tool to output information about persistent state. The options are as follows: -help Outputs usage information. -dump bundle_id_fragment Outputs the persistent state of an application whose bundle ID contains the given fragment, case insensitive ("textedit" for example). You may also pass a path directly to the app's persistent state directory, usually in ~/Library/Saved Application State. -launch bundle_id This launches an app (in this case, TextEdit) in a manner approximating how apps get launched at login. You can pass either a bundle ID fragment or a path to an app. The app is maintained stopped until you hit return in the launching window (or until it receives SIGCONT). This is the easiest way to test the login scenario without needing to log in. -casinfo [ASN] With no arguments, outputs summary information about all apps. With one argument (an ASN), outputs the CAS record for that app. -memory_pressure Simulates memory pressure, which may cause apps that support automatic termination to exit. This does not actually allocate any memory. -refresh_encryption Rotates the bitmap encryption key, and attempts to cross-encrypt all existing window bitmaps under the new key. This is done periodically by talagent. HISTORY
First appeared in Mac OS X 10.7 Mac OS X September 1, 2010 Mac OS X

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use Plack::App::Cascade; use Plack::App::URLMap; use Plack::App::File; # Serve static files from multiple search paths my $cascade = Plack::App::Cascade->new; $cascade->add( Plack::App::File->new(root => "/www/")->to_app ); $cascade->add( Plack::App::File->new(root => "/www/")->to_app ); my $app = Plack::App::URLMap->new; $app->map("/static", $cascade); $app->to_app; DESCRIPTION
Plack::App::Cascade is a Plack middleware component that compounds several apps and tries them to return the first response that is not 404. METHODS
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