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POE 0.26 Released

posted by hfb on 2003.05.12 1:52   Printer-friendly
dngor writes "POE is an award-winning networking and multitasking framework for Perl. Version 0.26 includes several bug fixes and a few new features. Thanks go out to everyone who helped make this release happen. This version fixes a few fatal problems within POE's core. It's therefore recommended that everyone upgrade, even if they haven't seen problems with previous versions."

ABOUT POE

POE is a networking and multitasking framework for Perl. It has been in active development since 1996, with its first open release in 1998.

The O'Reilly Perl Conference (now part of OSCON) named POE "Best New Module" in 1999.

- http://poe.perl.org/?What_POE_Is

POE's users and developers continue to improve and build upon it. For instance, see the CPAN for the most up-to-date list of POE based modules.

- http://search.cpan.org/search?mode=module&query=POE::Component

POE's robustness and performance have made it an integral part of mission-critical systems, including financial market servers and trading agents, distributed filesystems, billing systems, large scale computer farm managers, and interactive TV servers. POE's high-level interfaces and ease of use have made it the choice for people who want to write networking and multitasking programs without all that tedious mucking about with infrastructure. To that end, it has helped hobbyists quickly build CounterStrike tournament management systems, streaming mp3 servers, X10 home controllers and monitors, and many different IRC bots, services, and frameworks. We look forward to hearing how POE has helped you.

-- Rocco Caputo - troc@pobox.com - http://poe.perl.org/"

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