Module for Orchestrating Perl Functions?

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I have a few dozen Perl functions. I need to run those functions in a
handful of different sequences, depending on the input data and user
choices. Sometimes I need to add functions to, or remove functions
from, the sequence--even while the sequence is running.

In this day of web service orchestration and various process- and
workflow-based tools, I'm sure there's something out there that fits
the bill. Just not sure what it'd be. Suggestions?

Re: Module for Orchestrating Perl Functions?

On Fri, 09 May 2008 18:30:06 -0700, Jonathan wrote:
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Well you haven't given us much to go on.  Only your comment that you might
want to change a sequence while it is running suggests a large scale.  I
am thinking some sort of callback structure, which to me suggests that you
might want to look at POE.  POE itself isn't exactly an off-the-shelf
solution but you may find someone has built one for you.  Maybe POE::Queue.

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