UnixODBC.pm provides Perl programs with a subset of the X/Open ODBC API for use with EasySoft's unixODBC DBMS libraries, as well as a peer to peer API for querying ODBC data sources on networked systems. In addition, it provides peer client and server scripts and configuration files, sample clients that perform ODBC queries on local and networked systems, result set output for RSS feeds, and two multi-host data managers: one that uses Apache and CGI to provide a Web browser interface, and another that uses Perl/Tk.
Ogg::Vorbis::Header is a Perl module for viewing and modifying info and comment fields of files encoded in the Ogg Vorbis compressed audio format. It uses Inline::C to access the underlying Vorbis libraries and provides an object oriented interface, an incremental loading scheme, and maintains no open filehandles between operations, which allows data structures containing many Ogg::Vorbis::Header objects to be created.
This module provides users with Decoder objects for Ogg Vorbis files. One can read data in PCM format from the stream, seek by raw bytes, PCM samples, or time, and gather decoding-specific information not provided by Ogg::Vorbis::Header. Currently, no support for the callback mechanism provided by the Vorbisfile API is supported; this may be included in future releases.
The Perl Oak Component Tree is a set of objects designed to provide the maximum reusability to software development. Oak can be used in any development platform, but just the Web platform is implemented. In Oak, you define an XML file to each page and you will implement just the events.
WebTools is "system" of multiple modules and libraries. Along with template engine capabilities, it features session management, global variables support, cookies support, and various database interfaces. It also features a pure Perl mail client, categories management, form checking, and libraries such as a CGI-based downloading library, HTML parsers, and a library that makes PHP functions available to Perl for ease of development.
Chipcard::CTAPI is a Perl module for accessing chipcard terminals based on the standardized CTAPI library. It provides not only the CTAPI functions but also a complete set of convenience methods for easy reading and writing of memory cards. Chipcard::CTAPI comes with a couple of demo applications, including a tool to create encrypted file systems with randomly-created passwords which are then stored on a memory card.
The Perl HL7 Toolkit provides a simple but flexible Perl toolkit for using the HL7 protocol. The toolkit consists of a Perl API for manipulating HL7 messages, an implementation of a pluggable forking HL7 server for developing HL7 capable applications in Perl, and a queue daemon for polling non-HL7 queues, like database, filesystems, etc., and translating messages in these queues into HL7 (and vice-versa).
CGI::Application::Generator provides a means by which a CGI::Application-based module can be created from code, as opposed to being written by hand. This module is intended to create the shell of an application module, based on the specification you provide. It will not output a completely functional application without additional coding. It will, however, create the structural parts of your application common to all CGI::Application-based modules. This module is intended to ease the creation of new CGI::Application modules and to encourage standardization of CGI::Application coding styles.