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GnuPG::Interface is a Perl module interface to interacting with GnuPG. It implements a rich set of filehandle communications with GnuPG and includes a key object organization structure, with information gathered from GnuPG's with-colons option.
A programming environment currently based in perl. All of the current ideas that are going into the project have been lifted from smalltalk environments, such as the idea of a browser and workspace. This will be a full programming environment.
This is an utility script to insert or remove the Google Analytics tracking code to your site's web files.
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A suite of Perl libraries that implement the Google Checkout API. Includes an OO interface to the shopping cart, the ability to update order status through object methods, and a superclass for handling incoming order notifications.
This Perl Module provides a simple to use API for the Google Adwords SOAP based API. It hides the complexity of using SOAP and provides a full object oriented interface.
This module provides a Perl interface to layout and image generation of directed and undirected graphs in a variety of formats (PostScript, PNG, etc.) using the "dot" and "neato" programs from the GraphViz project (http://www.graphviz.org/).
A Perl-module to map color names to RGB codes.
The Green Database System (GreenDB) is a distrubtued, web-based database application designed to manage membership and supporter information for political parties, clubs, and other member-based organizations.
HFNetNag is a program that simplifies tracking the Hot Fixes that are required on Windows 2000 and NT systems. Its main function is to periodically run HFNETCHK.EXE and submit a nicely formatted report of required updates to an administrator.
HTML-Template-Pro is a fast lightweight C template engine that supports syntax of HTML::Template perl module as well as many of its extensions. It consists of core htmltmplpro C library and bindings to perl/php/C#/....
HTML::DWT is a series of Perl 5 modules designed to allow for the use of Dreamweaver (A web design tool from Macromedia) Templates and Libraries in CGI and web applications. Currently supports Dreamweaver 3.
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HTML::Index - Perl modules for creating and searching an index of HTML files72 weekly downloads
A Perl module for easily creating HTML dropdown menus for use with HTML::Template, Template Toolkit or Template::Magic templating systems. Allows any number of dropdown menus to be displayed on a single page, each independantly configurable.
Perl subclass of HTML::Tree and HTML::Parser for HTML templating via tree rewriting
HTML::Template::Compiled is a Perl module for templating. It is comptible with most of the common API options and syntax of HTML::Template; it has some more features and caching is faster. See http://search.cpan.org/dist/HTML-Template-Compiled/
This is a common plugin for the Perl template engine HTML::Template::Compiled. This module is based on the idea of Perl module Hyper::Template::Plugin::Text.
HTML::Tidy will be a Perl XS interface to the famous HTML parser and cleanup tool HTML Tidy.
HTTP::TestEngine provides a recorder utility as a front-end for the HTTP::Monkeywrench module. HTTP::Monkeywrench allows you to configure a test script which will emulate the actions that a user might take in surfing a website. It also allows you to tes
A universal HTTP tunnel using Apache, mod_perl and Perl.
Hupnet (Helsinki University Public Network) is a free network access controller (NAC) software for a NAT router/gateway based on (Debian) Linux, kernel 2.4. It is meant mainly for wireless networks (WLAN) and uses WWW-based authentication.1 weekly downloads
Handlebar is a web based system designed to store data on individual barcoded samples in, for example, a laboratory environment
Harmonize + gene = Harmogene Efficiently create sets of genome annotations ("consensus annotations") from one or more source genomes using simple rules and and apply those annotations to one or more target genomes. See the Trac page for more info.