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Subject: New Socket::GetAddrInfo and :newapi import sillyness again
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Much like PoCo::Resolver, Client::HTTP imports the :newapi tag from Socket::GetAddrInfo, which now croaks.
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On Sat Jun 02 20:31:49 2012, AVENJ wrote:
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> Much like PoCo::Resolver, Client::HTTP imports the :newapi tag from > Socket::GetAddrInfo, which now croaks.
After discussing this more on irc.perl.org #poe, it looks like both PoCo::Resolver and ::Client::HTTP can use a modern Socket instead of Socket::GetAddrInfo. It may also be more future-proof as Paul Evans has suggested that Socket::GetAddrInfo may become deprecated now that Socket supports IPv6.
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commit 7628a0aa4c7097a54d46773d3bdc3000362a0fd1 Author: Rocco Caputo <rcaputo@cpan.org> Date: Sun Jun 3 02:27:03 2012 -0400 [rt.cpan.org 77601] Switch to Socket's getaddrinfo(). AVENJ reported that Socket::GetSockAddr's :newapi was deprecated. Switch to Socket for a more future-proof API.


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