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Glue is the glue which attaches plugins. Plugins are Perl modules which you can create or Glue has implemented. Glue executes plugins accoding to a rule. The rule is written with simple syntax and the rule can be inheritated.
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Searches message of Open Source Softwares. And also provides more information of the messages that are writen with Wiki style by you registered as writer. This software is a web application based on perl-catalyst.
`Template Viewer' is a support tool for developing Web applications using HTML::Template comfortably.
UpdateChecker is a Perl module to check something which is whether updated or not.
Values-based Document Analysis: I want to take some rudimentary Document Analysis work that I have done and make it more sophisticated and to use it to analyze (at least) all of the docuemnts of the web for (human) values priorities. The project woul
YATT.pm (or YATT) is Yet Another Template Toolkit for Perl. Like PHP (and unlike HTML::Template), YATT.pm converts each template into (executable) Perl package(class) so that you can define subs to build up your own abstraction architecture.
This is a small Perl script to check for new articles in http://slashdot.jp/ . It picks up new articles from slashdot.rdf or comments.pl, and announce them via email. Light and Quick :-)