Aphid (the Apache/Perl HTTP Installation Daemon) provides a quick facility for compiling and installing the Apache Web server with support for SSL via mod_ssl, and with the embedded Perl interpreter provided by mod_perl. It downloads, compiles, and installs the software into the directory of your choice. Aphid places emphasis on providing an intuitive, browser-based interface and keeping a tiny distribution footprint. To date Aphid has been tested on Rehat Linux 6 and 6.2, FreeBSD 4.0, and Solaris 2.6 and 7.
ctm.pl is a Perl script which generates Apache type maps for use with mod_negotiation. Useful if you have a lot of images available in different formats you need type maps for, especially if you don't want to use MultiViews to decide which of them will be sent back to the requesting browser.
FilterProxy is a Perl script that acts as a generic Web proxy. It is unique in that it allows you to install modules that can perform arbitrary transformations on HTML (or any other MIME-type) and HTTP headers. It filters ads by stripping HTML from the page, anonymizes requests by removing Referer and User-Agent headers, compresses HTML content, and de-animates animated gifs. Configuration is done via Web-based forms or editing a Perl data structure.
httptype reads a list of http hosts and optionally the port number for each of these. It queries each host, displaying the type of HTTP server running on that host, if any. It reads the http_proxy and no_proxy environment variables to determine whether to use a proxy or not. These options may also be specified through the command line.
Jellybean is a Perl Object server that allows people to write custom applications following a simple interface and framework. It's conceptually similar to Zope, but has peer communication potential. It has its own tiny Web server which serves static pages, CGIs, or transforms URIs into method calls on objects, and allows users to create their own behavior.
The Apache/Perl integration project brings together the full power of the Perl programming language and the Apache HTTP server. With mod_perl it is possible to write Apache modules entirely in Perl. In addition, the persistent interpreter embedded in the server avoids the overhead of starting an external interpreter and the penalty of Perl start-up time.
Naridesh is a Web server written in Perl. It supports directory browsing, username/password security, file download, and plugins. It has some limited support to turn off file downloading, and directory browsing. Naridesh can also send the "index.html" file or equivalent if it is found in the directory, and also supports files that are symlinks to URLs.
TkApache is a full GUI front-end to configuring and monitoring an Apache web server. Full access to the configuration files is provided and includes management functionality (start, restart and kill), process(es) overview and much, much more. Future functionality will include on-screen graphing and log-file reporting.