PMilter implements Sendmail's "milter" mail filtering protocol in Perl, allowing scripts direct access to the SMTP transaction in progress, rather than filtering later. It can function as a drop-in replacement for Sendmail::Milter, though PMilter does not require threads or the "libmilter" API to be available.
Nmap Parser is a Perl module to ease the pain of developing scripts or collecting network information from nmap scans. Nmap::Parser does its task by parsing the information in the output of an nmap scan by using the XML-formatted output. This module can perform an nmap scan and parse the output automagically using parsescan(). It can parse an nmap XML file. This module was developed to speed up network security tool development when using nmap.
Cafeterra is a message queue-based EAI project with a Web user interface for designing, processing, and monitoring inter-application data flows. Supported connectors are based on an RDBMS, flat files (CSV, fixed length record, XML, HL7, HTML, etc.), LDAP, and SOAP, with others planned. The main features are message tracking and archival, joining different connectors, an internal scheduler, and raising the flow on events.
Geo::CCF is a Perl module that parses Coded Cities Forecast data files from the U.S. National Weather Service. It can find the predicted weather for the next seven days, including predominant condition (sunny, rain, freezing drizzle, etc.), high and low temperature, and chance of precipitation. A very basic sample script that displays the current forecast for Boston is included.
LDAPview is a Perl-based framework for doing LDAP directory based data management via the Web. LDAPview can also be described as a flexible HTTP-to-LDAP gateway framework with a focus on making data management tasks easier. It is not meant to be a replacement for any generic LDAP client. It should be seen as a complementary tool alongside generic LDAP tools. By not being completely generic, but still very flexible, LDAPview services can provide a more intuitive and productive user interface for managing LDAP directory data.
The TunePimp library is an audio file tagging library that uses MusicBrainz for track identification/lookup. It will attempt to automatically identify the files, and will present the user with possible matches for files that are not automatically identified. Once the files are identified, it writes new metadata tags to the music files and writes the files to a user-defined directory hierarchy. It supports WAV, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC files.