IO-stringy - I/O on in-core objects like strings and arrays
IO:: ::AtomicFile adpO Write a file which is updated atomically ERYQ ::Lines bdpO I/O handle to read/write to array of lines ERYQ ::Scalar RdpO I/O handle to read/write to a string ERYQ ::ScalarArray RdpO I/O handle to read/write to array of scalars ERYQ ::Wrap RdpO Wrap old-style FHs in standard OO interface ERYQ ::WrapTie adpO Tie your handles & retain full OO interface ERYQ
This toolkit primarily provides modules for performing both traditional and object-oriented i/o) on things other than normal filehandles; in particular, the IO::Scalar manpage, the IO::ScalarArray manpage, and the IO::Lines manpage.
If you have access to tie(), these classes will make use of the
the IO::WrapTie manpage module to inherit a convenient
In the more-traditional IO::Handle front, we have the IO::AtomicFile manpage which may be used to painlessly create files which are updated atomically.
And in the ``this-may-prove-useful'' corner, we have the IO::Wrap manpage, whose
You know the drill...
perl Makefile.PL make test make install
$Id: Stringy.pm,v 1.207 1999/04/18 04:14:04 eryq Exp $
Enjoy. Yell if it breaks.