IO::AIO implements fully asynchronous I/O (not
non-blocking I/O) that lets your program stay in
control and interactive even when doing heavy disk
(or other) I/O. It provides asynchronous versions
of read(), write(), open(), stat(), unlink(),
rename(), utime(), readlink(), and most other
standard syscalls as well as interfaces to
sendfile(), readahead(), and other esoteric
syscalls, complete with emulation on systems that
don't support them. It also offers convenience
functions to load whole files and more. It fits
naturally into any event loop model, supports 9
priorities and request grouping.
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web projects is a team working scheduler with a Web interface that features submission of a task, attribution / creation of a group, progress management by the members of the group, visualisation of a group progress, and visualisation of finished tasks. This project is currently in French and not well documented. The author no longer has time to upkeep this project and is looking for a new maintainer.
Slony-I is a "master to multiple slaves"
replication system supporting cascading and slave
promotion. The big picture for the development of
Slony-I is as a master-slave system that includes
all features and capabilities needed to replicate
large databases to a reasonably limited number of
slave systems. Reasonable, in this context, is
probably no more than a few dozen servers. If the
number of servers grows beyond that, the cost of
communications becomes prohibitively high.
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NickBot is an IRC bot framework for Perl. The main component handles all IRC functions, and it will trigger the user functions on certain events. User functions are stored in a seperate file, and they can be updated at runtime without restarting the bot.
Suricate makes the Meerkat open wire service usable on handheld devices, wireless email appliances, and interactive pagers. It is meant to address the needs of people that have email provided on their handheld devices but no Web access. Suricate will push the wire service content to the user. Suricate currently provides Meerkat content for several channels/profiles such as Apache, Linux, Mozilla, MySQL, Perl, PHP, Python, Wireless, and XML.
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MessageConfirmed is a form-to-mail application that assigns each
submission a unique confirmation number which is displayed in the
email and the confirmation page. It is useful for client contact logs,
work orders, and intranet communication.
Makemake.pl generates C/C++ makefiles out of short
Perl-based templates. Users are do not need to
know Perl, though. Multiple targets and library
targets are supported.
Linux::Distribution tries to detect the Linux
distribution in which the program is run by
looking in release files in /etc and by using
lsb-release. It can also get the distribution's
version in some cases.
psrip is a small perl-script that extracts images from postscript files.