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Some notes before I get started:

  • Could you remove your <pre>..</pre> tags please? Use <p> at the start of paragraphs. Use <c>..</c> or <code>..</code> around computer text, code and data..

  • You seem to be reinventing parts of IPC::Run. Is there really a need for this module?

I have couple of problems in dealing with Filehandlers

They are called "file handles". Note the space and the lack of "r".

Want to check whether input filehandler is ready to receive input

can_write and select in IO::Select will tell you that on non-Windows systems. I don't think it's possible in Windows. (Alternate paradigms are used.)

Issues with output and error filehandlers in returning buffer text

Sorry, but you can't control whether another process buffers its output or not unless the specific program provides you a specific means (e.g. a command line option) of doing so.

However, you can fool most by creating a pseudo-tty. See IPC::Run and IO::Pty.

Filehandle GEN0 opened only for output at Task.pm line 89.

You should have two selectors. One for inputs and one for outputs.

sub DESTROY { my $self = shift; &stop; }

That should be

sub DESTROY { my $self = shift; $self->stop(); }

stop expects to be called as a method.

local $SIG{INT} = 'IGNORE'; kill INT => -$$;

That should be

kill INT => $self->{pid};

There's no reason to kill every child.


In reply to Re: Queries on open3 by ikegami
in thread Queries on open3 by thiagu_mvt

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