ePerl interprets an ASCII file bristled with Perl 5 program statements by evaluating the Perl 5 code while passing through the plain ASCII data. It can operate in various ways: As a stand-alone Unix filter or integrated Perl 5 module for general file generation tasks and as a powerful Webserver scripting language for dynamic HTML page programming.
A Life Science Identifier (LSID) Resolver is a software system that implements an agreed LSID resolution protocol to allow higher-level software to be able to locate and access the data uniquely named by any LSID URN. This project is the first implementation of a Web service-based LSID URN resolution protocol, and includes Java J2EE, Perl, and Win32 COM/C++ client & server stacks, example programs, and tutorials on how to establish a LSID resolver for any organization.
CHI provides a unified caching API for Perl, designed to assist a developer in persisting data for a specified period of time. The CHI interface is implemented by driver classes that support fetching, storing, and clearing of data. Driver classes exist or will exist for the gamut of storage backends available to Perl, such as memory, plain files, memory mapped files, memcached, and DBI. CHI is intended as an evolution of DeWitt Clinton's Cache::Cache package, adhering to the basic Cache API but adding new features and addressing limitations in the Cache::Cache implementation.
Finance-Bank-ID-BCA is a Perl module that provides a rudimentary interface to the Web-based online banking interface of the Indonesian Bank Central Asia (BCA) at https://ibank.klikbca.com. This module can only login to the retail/personal version of the site (KlikBCA perorangan) and not the corporate/business version (KlikBCA bisnis) as the latter requires VPN and token input on login. However, this module can parse the statement page from both versions.
This module implements an XML::SAX filter which adds line numbers and column numbers to errors generated by SAX handlers further down the pipeline. It was written so that XML::Validator::Schema could blame the correct line of XML for validation failures. You can use this module to enhance the error messages generated by any SAX handler.