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AnyEvent::Impl::Cocoa(User Contributed Perl DocumentatAnyEvent::Impl::Cocoa(3)

NAME
       AnyEvent::Impl::Cocoa - AnyEvent	adaptor	for Cocoa::EventLoop

SYNOPSIS
	   use AnyEvent;
	   use Cocoa::EventLoop;

	   # do	something

DESCRIPTION
       This module provides NSRunLoop support to AnyEvent.

       NSRunLoop is an event loop for Cocoa applications, wrapped by
       Cocoa::EventLoop. By using this module, you can use Cocoa based API in
       your AnyEvent application, or AnyEvent within Cocoa applications.

       It does not support blocking waits.

BUGS
       Right now, Cocoa::EventLoop (and	this module) are in an early
       development phase and has some shortcomings and likely bugs.

       For example, there seems	to be no way to	just handle a single event
       with Cocoa (is there nothing they can implement properly?), so this
       module currently	wakes up at least ten times a second when waiting for
       events. Also, events caused by timers might get delayed by up to	0.1
       seconds.

AUTHORS
       Daisuke Murase <typester@cpan.org>, Marc	Lehmann	<schmorp@schmorp.de>.

COPYRIGHTS
	  Copyright (c)	2009 by	KAYAC Inc.
	  Copyright (c)	2010,2011 by Marc Lehmann <schmorp@schmorp.de>

perl v5.32.0			  2012-04-08	      AnyEvent::Impl::Cocoa(3)

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