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Toby Inkster committed 8774f37

remove IO::Callback 1.08 warning

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lib/IO/Callback/HTTP.pm

 
  use IO::Callback::HTTP;
  
- my $fh = IO::Callback::HTTP::->new("<", "http://www.example.com/");
+ my $fh = IO::Callback::HTTP->new("<", "http://www.example.com/");
  
  while (my $line = <$fh>)
  {
     print $line;
  }
 
-=head1 NOTE
-
-L<IO::Callback::HTTP> is a subclass of L<IO::Callback>.
-
-At the time of writing, current versions of IO-Callback (1.08)
-B<< fail their own test suite >> on recent versions of Perl with
-recent versions of L<Carp> called. The actual errors seem to be
-pretty unimportant, so I'd recommend installing IO-Callback
-without running the test suite, or at least ignoring any errors
-in "t/syswrite-params.t".
-
 =head1 DESCRIPTION
 
 This module allows you to read from and write to HTTP resources
 
 Why would you do this? Not for efficiency reasons, that's for
 sure. However, certain APIs expect to be passed filehandles; this
-module gives you them.
+module gives you those filehandles.
 
 Files can be opened in either read mode, using:
 
- my $fh = IO::Callback::HTTP::->new('<', $request, %options);
+ my $fh = IO::Callback::HTTP->new('<', $request, %options);
 
 or write mode:
 
- my $fh = IO::Callback::HTTP::->new('>', $request, %options);
+ my $fh = IO::Callback::HTTP->new('>', $request, %options);
 
 The C<< $fh >> variable will then act like a normal Perl filehandle,
 but instead of interacting with a local file on disk, you'll be