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Re: How to find the PID for executed URL request?

by oiskuu (Hermit)
on Dec 10, 2013 at 20:20 UTC ( #1066500=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How to find the PID for executed URL request?

Judging by the "which PID" comment line, you want the child PID, in the child itself. If so, use $$.
print "child $$ accept request URI: $url\n";

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Re^2: How to find the PID for executed URL request?
by josef (Acolyte) on Dec 11, 2013 at 06:30 UTC
    Excelent oiskuu, you get my the right hint.
    Best regards

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[choroba]: No, if there are no threads, then the user wants to use MCE. If there are threads, the user can choose.
[1nickt]: choroba Understood. I'm wondering about the logic in a cpanfile. If the perl doesn't support threads, it's easy: require MCE. If the perl does support threads, as you say the user has a choice, so require both? Or, assume that irrespective of the choide
[1nickt]: ... choice, the threaded-perl user *probably* wants to use threads, therefore only require threads and leave MCE out, allowing the user to manually install if desired?
[choroba]: just require any of MCE and threads. Not sure if that's possible in the cpanfile, but should be possible early in the Makefile
[1nickt]: The app expects threads as default anyway, right?
[choroba]: that's true
[1nickt]: expects threads *to be* the default
[1nickt]: I think cpanfile can handle the logic. testing now.

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