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Re^2: Getting Call-Response Behavior with Expect

by gnosti (Friar)
on Sep 23, 2010 at 14:50 UTC ( #861563=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Getting Call-Response Behavior with Expect
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Long enough to be discouraged by its approach. If anything, I'm more inclined to look elsewhere. I'd thought that Expect was a well-established way to address this problem space.

My application does use an event framework already. I have AnyEvent, with Event or Tk underneath, depending on if the user starts the app in GUI mode.

I'm not especially keen to switch out event frameworks in order to do a little IO with a command-line utility extending my app. But I will investigate POE.

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Re^3: Getting Call-Response Behavior with Expect
by Proclus (Beadle) on Sep 24, 2010 at 00:00 UTC
    In addition to your comments, POE::Wheel::Run may give you hard time in a GUI environment esp on Windows.
    I haven't used AnyEvent myself, but I've seen that it can be used with POE.

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