package Database::Async::SQLite 0.001; # ABSTRACT: SQLite support for IO::Async use strict; use warnings; use parent qw(DynaLoader); our $VERSION = '0.001'; =encoding utf8 =head1 NAME Database::Async::SQLite - support for an SQLite thread in L<IO::Async> code =head1 DESCRIPTION B<This is not currently usable>. Please don't get your hopes up - it's merely a compilation test to see whether C++11 and XS is a viable mix. =head2 IMPLEMENTATION This uses a combination of C<eventfd> for signalling, and a Unix-domain socket for data transfer. There's a minimal sqlite binding which runs in a separate thread, accepting sqlite instructions (queries etc.) and sending back data/errors as appropriate. The original code used a standalone worker pool - this version moves that in-process and switches to XS. No method documentation or usage examples, for reasons that may become apparent if you read the above paragraphs. =cut __PACKAGE__->bootstrap(__PACKAGE__->VERSION); 1; =head1 AUTHOR Tom Molesworth <TEAM@cpan.org> =head1 LICENSE Copyright Tom Molesworth 2015-2017. Licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.