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Re: Usage of IO::Socket::PortState

by Khen1950fx (Canon)
on Jun 06, 2013 at 04:04 UTC ( #1037358=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Usage of IO::Socket::PortState

See: Testing for port connectivity. JSchmitz shows you how to get the status of a single port, and McDarren shows how to handle multiple hosts. Here's an example:
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use IO::Socket::PortState qw(check_ports); my $proto = 'tcp'; my $port = '80'; my $address = ''; my($section, $ping_timeout, %porthash); $porthash{$proto}{$port}{'name'} = $section; check_ports($address, $ping_timeout, \%porthash); my $open = $porthash{$proto}{$port}{'open'}; if ($open) { print "alive\n"; } else { print "dead\n"; }

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[Lady_Aleena]: shmem, geany on Debian jessie.
[shmem]: some experience with vim?
[Lady_Aleena]: None
[shmem]: I don't know geany, and don't know whether it has support for ctags.
[Lady_Aleena]: ctags?
[shmem]: ctags is a program which (recursively) extracts the symbols from source and stores them in a one-file database. This allows you to query the locations where these symbols (e.g. a subroutine name) are used anywhere in the source code tree...
[shmem]: ...from inside the editor.
[shmem]: apt-get install exuberant-ctags
[Lady_Aleena]: I think I heard vim has a big learning curve.
[shmem]: then in the root of your source tree run: ctags -R

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