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There's a couple of things wrong here. The main one being that you're not actually starting the kernel (admittedly PoCo::Server::HTTPD's docs are lacking a bit in this respect). What you need to do is create a session and then start the kernel:
POE::Session->create( inline_states => { _start => \&create_httpd, _stop => \&stop_httpd, }, args => [8080], ); $poe_kernel->run; sub create_httpd { my ($kernel, $heap, $Port) = @_[KERNEL, HEAP, ARG0]; $kernel->alias_set('httpd_parent'); my $httpd = POE::Component::Server::HTTP->new ( Port => $Port, ContentHandler => { '/' => \&MainHandler }, Headers => {Server => 'any server' }, ); $heap->{httpd} = $httpd; } sub stop_httpd { my ($kernel, $heap) = @_[KERNEL, HEAP]; $kernel->call($heap->{httpd}, 'shutdown'); } sub MainHandler { my ($request, $response) = @_; $response->code(RC_OK); $response->content("Hi, you fetched ". $request->uri); return RC_OK; } # MainHandler
The other thing wrong is a bug in PoCo::Server::HTTP - it uses the deprecated _signal event, but luckily for you it simply sets it to an empty sub, so you can comment that line out (just grep for _signal in the file in the distro). (Note: I haven't tested the above code, so it might not work. But it should).

In reply to Re: POE::Component::Server::HTTP: The _signal event is deprecated by Matts
in thread POE::Component::Server::HTTP: The _signal event is deprecated by ls

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