|Good Modules (Some Proponents)|
|P5EE (no sub-package)|
DocSet - used in mod_perl doc
Perl Tidy - also can produce multi-frame HTML output like Javadoc, basically an indexed POD/source code browser
SDF - Simple Document Format
Pod::HtmlPsPdf - POD doc renderer (includes slide shows)
Modinfo [ details ]
perldocs [ sample output | instructions ] - currently this is an unfinished prototype
pdoc [ project page | sample output ] - a documentation generation utility like javadoc, but for perl
Alzabo's pod_merge.pl - to duplicate all method doc from parent classes into the POD of their derived classes
firstname.lastname@example.org - mailing list
|Exception and Error Handling||
|Logging and Auditing||
makes logging easy and very flexible, like log4j (java)
[ on Sourceforge ]
Log::Dispatch - (has an interface/driver architecture)
Log::Dispatch::Config - adds "log4j-like" configurability to Log::Dispatch (admittedly not as much as Log::Log4Perl does)
Log::Agent - logging system used by Storable (has an interface/driver architecture)
|Date and Time Processing||
Data::Serializer Tie::Transient - [tar]
Sean Burke's stuff
|Method Signature Validation||
Attribute::Signature (requires 5.6.0)
[ explanation how this is like BeanInfo for JavaBeans ]
Module::Info loads perl code and inspects the symbol table
|Testing||MakeMaker (make test)
Test::Tutorial - read this for info on tests
Test::More - drop-in replacement for Test::Simple with more features, this seems like the package to use
Test::Harness - this is used during "make test", it's not what you use to write tests
Test::Simple - standard, simplest way to write test scripts
Test::Unit - (haven't reviewed yet)
WebTst - a Web UI test system good for regression tests of web apps. It uses a proxy in "record" mode to capture actual sessions. Then a "playback" mode confirms that it still works.
XML, command line options
|not yet incorporated|
|Web Server Extension
(see other Apache modules)
PPerl - make scripts persistent in memory, to lower the startup cost of each perl program. This would increase the performance of CGI scripts as well as other uses of perl.
PersistentPerl - another solution, like PPerl, to lower the startup cost of each perl program
libservlet and Wombat
mod_gzip - discussion on p5ee list, discussion on mod_perl list - doesn't currently work with SSL (mod_deflate does)
mod_deflate - home page (translated to English from Russian), mail msg, documentation (English)
Perl XML FAQ (and overview/comparison)
XML::SAX - highly recommended by Matt Sergeant as a central XML component (and XML::SAX::PurePerl)
XML::Xerces - perl interface to Apache's Xerces C library
XML::DOM (in libxml-enno)
- note: most of these encompass more than just templating and they could be called Application Frameworks in some cases
|(see Perrin Harkins' comparison)
Template Toolkit (Template [CPAN], http://www.template-toolkit.org)
Apache::AxKit (AxKit, AxKit.org)
- similar to template systems, but with a "full environment" emphasis and often with a content-management and/or online community focus
a web application development environment built on Apache/mod_perl and Template::Toolkit
bOP - a web application development environment strong on transaction processing (OLTP)
Oak - The Perl Oak Component tree is a implementation of a complete framework for designing enterprise applications. Forest is a Web-based Integrated Development Environment for Web applications.
Extropia Toolkit - [ applications ] - a web application development environment with a variety of applications already built and available
Metadot (and the commercial site) - a web application development environment, includes user/group security, file sharing, and threaded discussion forums
Content Managment Systems:
OSCOM - Open Source Content Management matrix (many computer languages, not just perl)
CMS Matrix - another Content Management System matrix (many computer languages, not just perl)
CMS Info - another Content Management System info site (many computer languages, not just perl)
Mason-CM - content management system based on Mason (content as files on file system. no database.) minimal user management. no selective permissions/roles. does include staging/versioning. (Mason runs fine as CGI, so this should work for sites on limited hosting plans not offering mod_perl access)
WebGUI - a web widget system with a content management focus (content in MySQL). widgets available include many things desirable for a community-oriented site: articles, polls, discussions, etc. includes robust user management, selective permissions/roles. includes staging/versioning. (CGI execution is very slow)
Bricolage - a high-end content management system built on Apache/mod_perl, Mason, and PostgreSQL. (content in PostgreSQL) (early support exists for MySQL 4.1, but I wouldn't count on MySQL support yet, as of 6/22/2004) has an excellent reputation for high-end content management features. includes robust user management, selective permissions/roles. includes staging/versioning. (unsure if there is any way to run this for small sites as a CGI program)
Slash - community-site software that runs www.slashdot.org
Scoop - somewhere between a content management system, a web bulletin board system, and a weblog
OpenFrame - also claims to allow pluggable adapters (called "Slots") for different template systems
(see Dave Rolsky's comparison)
SPOPS (or Sourceforge) (and ESPOPS)
Tangram (or tangram-persistence.org)
perl OO persistence mailing list
Compare to Java: Comparison, Apache OJB
Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase, Informix, ...
SQL Relay for remote db support and/or multi-server, multi-language db connection pooling
MySQL - a popular, fast free-software SQL database which embraced full transaction support only recently (and the Perl DBI driver)
PostgreSQL - another free-software SQL database which has had full transaction support all along but has generally been considered slower than MySQL (and the Perl DBI driver)
SQLite - a single-process RDBMS which keeps all its data in a single file (and the Perl DBI driver)
|Non-RDBMS Data Storage||
GT.M transaction monitor db (no known Perl bindings yet) (freeware at Sourceforge)
Authentication, Authorization, etc.
HTTPD::Authen HTTPD::GroupAdmin HTTPD::UserAdmin
CGI::Minimal - seems to be a mature "minimal" alternative to CGI.pm
CGI::Thin - same concept at CGI::Minimal
CGI::SpeedyCGI - an XS (faster?) CGI parser (w/ mod_perl support?!?)
CGI::Lite - no man page
|Remote Procedures/Web Services
SOAP, UDDI, WSDL, XML-RPC
IMAP, POP3, SMTP, MIME, ...
Mail::Box - claims to be
a unified mail API and all-in-one replacement for many other Perl mail modules
NikoSoft Webmail - a mod_perl webmail application
- an excellent mail agent, heir to sendmail's throne
(second most popular free software mail agent and gaining in usage annually on sendmail)
qpsmtpd - qpsmtpd is a qmail-smtpd replacement written in perl (i.e. if you are running qmail, you can replace the component, qmail-smtpd, which receives messages from remote hosts. This allows you to do Perl processing on it efficiently, including running Spam Assassin
Exim - a mail server (MTA, mail transfer agent) that, as of version 4, has a Perl interpreter embedded in the binary (not sure what all you can do with it, see here and here) (see also xmailserver and Scope which work with Exim)
PureMessage (formerly PerlMX) - ActiveState's Perl mail server for Win32
PPerl or PersistentPerl - Most mail servers allow you to pipe mail to an arbitrary program. The main problem is that this causes a new process (and all the overhead of compiling the perl scripts) for each mail message processed. Rather than trying to create a whole mail server in Perl, you could just use PPerl or PersistentPerl to lower the overhead of passing a message to a perl program.
dSPAM - a Bayesian spam filter
Spam Assassin - cuts out spam from email, written in perl (qpsmtpd has a plugin for Spam Assassin). Spam Assassin can also apparently be used with qmail without the substitution of qpsmtpd, but this would require forking an external process, not necessary if used with qpsmtpd.
Razor - similar to Spam Assassin, written in perl (planned integration into qpsmtpd)
POPFile - a promising spam filter
Siesta - an perl mailing list manager suite
EZMLM - the mailing list manager used by perl.org. It is not written in Perl and works only with qmail, but that means that it works with qpsmtpd (which is in Perl) replacing qmail-smtpd
MHonArc (or the new site) - processes mailbox files into threaded discussion pages in HTML (also converts attachments)
Majordomo - a mailing list manager written in Perl (a bit outdated, but it works)
Majordomo 2 - rewrite of Majordomo, a mailing list manager written in Perl (in alpha)
Other Perl mailing list managers: Sympa (worth a closer look), Mojo Mail, Simplemail
|Naming and Directory Services
LDAP, DNS, ...
|External Interfaces (to legacy systems)|
|Resource Locking (between processes)||
uses a lock daemon (lockerd, included) to do network-wide unique resource locking
IPC::Semaphore (IPC::SysV) - uses System V Unix semaphores
|Shared Storage (between processes)||
mod_perl discussion, perf comparison (Dec 11 2001)
mod_perl discussion, synchronization (Apr 4 2002) - specifically this message
IPC::MM - interface to Ralf Engelschall's libmm library (cross-platform shared mem), can "tie" multiple scalars and hashes into the shared mem segment, locking available for the entire segment
DBI - can store a multi-level hash in a table if you serialize first
MLDBM (MLDBM+BerkeleyDB, MLDBM+GDBM) - store multi-level hash in a DBM using Storable
MLDBM::Sync - same as MLDBM but with locking
IPC::Shareable - allows a tied var in shared mem, 1 var per shared mem segment!, some locking, depends in SysV IPC
IPC::ShareLite - store()/fetch in shared mem, 1 var per shared mem segment!, some locking, depends in SysV IPC
Cache::Cache (Cache::FileCache, Cache::SharedMemoryCache)
Spread Toolkit - and the Perl (CPAN) distributions
Parallel::Pvm [ PVM, perl-Parallel-PVM.rpm ] - Parallel Virtual Machine, for parallel, distributed multi-processing (old: PVM-Perl)
Parallel::MPI [ MPI ] (and Parallel::MPI::Simple) (old: perl-Parallel-MPI.rpm) - Message Passing Interface (like PVM), for parallel, distributed multi-processing
MQSeries - Perl interface to MQ Series
|Grid Computing/High Throughput Computing||
Condor - Condor batch system for High-Throughput Computing
(and the Perl bindings)
The Globus Project - the leading open-source GRID computing toolkit, standardizing and creating a reference implementation of GRID computing (widely adopted by GRID computing projects around the world), an article on using Perl with the Grid, the Perl bindings (gridport at sourceforge and module API documentation), and OGSI::Lite
NSF Middleware Initiative (NMI) - builds on the Globus toolkit and Condor-G (Condor-control of Globus jobs) (announcement of NMI-R1) (related to the Grids Research Integration Deployment and Support Center )
OpenPBS - Open Portable Batch System (seems to overlap with Condor and encourages upgrade to the non-free PBS-Pro)
Grid Computing Overview - a paper introducing Grid Computing
Proc::Daemon - static methods useful to make your program run as a daemon
POE (http://poe.perl.org/) - Matt Sergeant's POE Tutorial
HTTP::Daemon (in libwww-perl)
Jellybean Object Server
|Web User Interface Widgets||
PDF - mod_perl discussion 03-Apr-2002 indicates PDFLib (good, but built on not-quite-free library), PDF::API2, PDF::Create (orphaned by owner at 0.01), Text::PDF (very low level), although CPAN has others
Excel - Spreadsheet::WriteExcel
ActiveWidgets - a project with a DHTML grid widget
FCKeditor - another free (GPL) WYSIWYG HTML editor
Coolmenus - DHTML menus
DynAPI - widget set
browser sniffer - detect details of client
|User Interface Widgets||
Perl Tk - interface to Tk libraries
(the oldest and most traditional way to make a UI in perl). Consider also
Wx Perl (sourceforge home) cross-platform (unix/win/mac) user interface widget library based on wxWindows
PerlQT - interface to Trolltech's QT cross-platform (unix/win/mac) user interface widget library (used by KDE), complete with QTDesigner (screenshot) and "puic" (UI builder and perl user interface compiler)
Gtk-Perl (home) interface to GTK (Gnome) user interface widgets (X11 only). Can be used with Glade-Perl which transforms a Glade XML UI-description file into Perl (built on Glade, a user interface builder for GTK+ and GNOME)
Curses - interface to the terminal screen oriented Curses library. Consider also Curses::Widgets and Curses::UI.
XWT - XML Windowing Toolkit. a completely different approach where platform-specific client software is installed on each client and it communicates with the server via XML. There is nothing specific to Perl about this solution except that the server might be written in Perl.
Installation, Deployment, Upgrades
PAR (perl archive) file support
PAR file support for Apache
Alzabo - Alzabo has a web-based schema management interface
mysqldiff - diff/patch approach to managing MySQL databases
pgdiff - diff/patch approach to managing PostgreSQL databases
|Enterprise-style Applications (written in Perl)||
SQL Ledger - an accounting package
Source Code Control, Bug Tracking, Release Building
RT: Request Tracker - a web-based bug tracking system written in Perl
(using Mason) (used for the CPAN-wide bug tracking system)
Bugzilla - a web-based bug tracking system written in Perl (used for the Mozilla development project) (runs as CGI. mod_perl support and Template::Toolkit support is coming.)
CVSTrac - a low-ceremony web-based bug tracking system for CVS
cvsweb - browse CVS repository via the web CVS - the Concurrent Version System (source code control) written in C
cvsweb - browse CVS repository via the web (example)
cvshistory - generate a CVS Activity page from a CVS repository (example)
cvs2cl.pl - automatically generate CHANGELOG (or XML) from CVS
cvs2html - generates HTML docs (with frames) of a CVS repository
|Systems Monitoring and Management||
Big Sister -
Network monitoring software (a clone of the very popular Big Brother),
but written in Perl.
GPL'ed free software (unlike Big Brother itself).
Spong - [UI Sample] Network monitoring software (like Big Brother) written in Perl (dead project?)
mon - [UI Sample] Highly customizable, full-featured network monitoring daemon in perl (overlaps with Spong?)
monit - [UI Sample] Simpler network monitoring daemon (written in C?)
syssumm - [UI Detail and Query and Index] System configuration analyzer (integrated into Spong)
review - a review of network monitoring daemons, including mon and monit
GTop - A perl library interface to libgtop (or here) which reports on all kinds of sytem-wide and per-process performance numbers. (use at least version 1.0.11 on Sun.) There is also a module to run this under Apache mod_perl called Apache::VMonitor.
|Benchmarking and Performance Tuning||
part of the core Perl distribution
Stas Bekman's article on mod_perl benchmarking - and his earlier related article
|System Component||Candidates (Some Proponents)|
|non-perl system components of an enterprise computing infrastructure|
|High Availability and Load Balancing||
Discussion on Apache/mod_perl list -
suggests that hardware load balancers are still the way to go
mod_backhand - mod_backhand is a project that allows seamless redirection of HTTP requests from one web server to another. This redirection can be used to target machines with under-utilized resources, thus providing fine-grained, per-request load balancing of web requests.
Wackamole - Wackamole is an application that helps with making a cluster highly available. It manages a bunch of virtual IPs, that should be available to the outside world at all times. Wackamole ensures that a single machine within a cluster is listening on each virtual IP address that Wackamole manages. (from the makers of mod_backhand and Spread at the CNDS at Johns Hopkins)
High Availability Linux Project -
Linux Virtual Server Project -
Red Had Cluster Manager - Red Hat's high availability solution, derived from Mission Critical Linux's Kimberlite. Red Hat High Availability Server is a software product designed to provide HA services (clustering, load-balancing, node failover, etc.) in the Linux marketplace. It is currently an integration of Red Hat Linux, the Piranha clustering software, and the Linux Virtual Server (LVS) software.
lbnamed - load-balancing name daemon (DNS server). This is a reasonable approach to first-order efforts at load-balancing, geographic load balancing, etc. However, each of the IP addresses that it may respond with should each be highly available clusters with their own load balancing (based on NAT or whatever).
mod_proxy - mod_proxy is distributed as a standard module with Apache. Recommended for production installations of mod_perl in a proxy server strategy for caching and load balancing.
Commercial: Big IP, Cisco, Nortel Networks/Alteon, Dell HA/LB feature list, PC Magazine Review,
|Firewalls and Routers||
LEAF: Linux Embedded Appliance Firewall -
(and Charles Steinkuehler's page)
based on Linux Router Project
(first recommendation is
for more power/flexibility)
Shorewall - a suite of scripts to manage the raw firewalling capabilities (iptables) in the Linux 2.4 kernel
Linux Router Project - a single-floppy Linux which acts as firewall/router (find lots of LRP-related links here including derived distributions)
FrazierWall Linux - based on Linux Router Project, but uses a later Linux kernel
|System and Network Security||
a network-based intrusion detection system (IDS).
(review/comparison of Snort and
seven other network-based IDS's indicates all require high maintenance and succeed only marginally)
ACID - PHP-based console for network-based IDS's like Snort
SnortCenter - Snort IDS Rule & Sensor Management
SNARE - System iNtrusion Analysis and Reporting Environment, host-based intrusion detection. (complementary to Snort?) and a Linux security checklist.
Saint Jude (beta) - (explanation) Detects improper privilege transitions blocking the completion of a remote or local exploit.
Linux Intrusion Detection System (LIDS) - (doesn't really seem to detect intruders.) mainly implements mandatory file and process access controls (even for root) and access logging/auditing (i.e. not even a root user will be able to modify protected files)
grsecurity - [ doc ] seems to be like LIDS. Implements access control lists (ACL's) for files so that if someone becomes "root", they don't necessarily have absolute control over the box. (i.e. not even a root user will be able to modify protected files) (Used in LEAF Bering.)
AIDE - a free replacement for Tripwire (file integrity checker)
Osiris - another free replacement for Tripwire (file integrity checker)
Samhain - another free replacement for Tripwire (file integrity checker)
knowngoods.org - a public database of known good MD5 (and SHA1) hashes for executable files (useful for the abovementioned file integrity checkers)
LaBrea - turns unused IP addresses on your network into tar pits where port scanners get stuck
Free S/WAN - free software implementing IPSEC-based VPN (virtual private network), allowing you to use non-secure protocols (FTP, Telnet, SMB) over the untrusted internet
OpenSSH - Secure SHell (ssh) is the most common way to log in securely across the untrusted internet to a remote machine. (and a free Windows SSH client named PuTTY)
netcat - the networking swiss army knife. a simple Unix utility which reads and writes data across network connections, using TCP or UDP protocol. simple network port scanner.
list of security tools - maintained by "insecure.org"
list of security tools - maintained by "freefire.org"
list of security tools - maintained by "atstake.com"
network mapping and security auditing scanner software.
Trinux - a floppy-based Linux that dynamically loads additional packages onto ramdisk using FTP and/or HTTP. most useful for network security auditing (includes nmap, etc.)
COPS - checks for common security problems on Unix
|Wireless Network Security||
Wireless Security Paper -
at Ars Technica
Open1X - open source implementation of IEEE 802.1X, and the XSupplicant implementation of a client
FreeRadius - open source implementation of a RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) server
Fake AP - Fake AP generates thousands of counterfeit 802.11b access points, allowing your site to hide in plain sight amongst Fake AP's cacophony of beacon frames.
|Notable Linux Distributions
news and comparisons
Debian GNU/Linux -
(and Debian Planet)
Debian Linux is the Linux distribution which holds the ideals of Free Software most clearly.
There are no "value-added", proprietary extensions.
It is put out by a large volunteer community, and supports portability to
more platforms (besides x86) than any other Linux distribution.
It also has arguably the best software upgrade capabilities anywhere (with the ".deb" package format and the "apt-get" tool). (And the ".deb" package format has better properties than the ".rpm" package format or other package formats.) HP has standardized on the Debian distribution for its Linux efforts (while most of the rest of corporate computing is banking on Red Hat).
RedHat - the hands-down winner in selling their Linux distribution into a corporate IT environment. RedHat developed the RPM (RedHat Package Manager) format for packaging software. RedHat is also excellent in their free-software credentials. When free software projects package their software, it is almost always as an RPM first.
Mandrake - Known for their focus on ease of use. Mandrake is an rpm-based distribution.
Gentoo GNU/Linux - An up-and-coming source-based Linux distribution, where you don't download binaries at all, but you download only sources and compile locally.
Secure Linux Distributions (or add-ons) - a review of security-enhanced Linux distributions - [ Bastille Linux | Engarde Secure Linux ]
DMOZ Directory of Floppy-based Linux Distributions - a list of Linux distributions that need not be installed on the hard disk, but may be booted from floppy
|Integrated Development Environment||
Eclipse - an IDE (written in Java) which supports multiple languages
EPIC - the perl-language plug-in for Eclipse (screen shots)
|Enterprise Network Management||
Linux Terminal Server Project -
discussion on LinuxToday
and specialized LTSP workstations
|Miscellaneous Systems Software||
and Apache Toolbox
with OpenSSL: cryptography libraries and toolkit,
ModSSL: Apache module which adds SSL to Apache using OpenSSL
lingerd - offload the (time-consuming) HTTP response I/O from a child Apache process to lingerd
squid - web caching software
C. Browne's App Framework Links - links to many database-related resources on the web
PerlBox - a Unix desktop written in Perl/Tk
|documents for training Perl Enterprise Developers / Architects / Administrators / Operators|
Online Perl POD (plain old documentation) -
HTML version of the POD/man pages bundled with the Perl language
perl.org library - links to online resources to learn perl
Picking Up Perl by Bradley Kuhn - (home) a quick online (HTML) tutorial
Beginning Perl by Simon Cozens - online (PDF) perl book
Martin Fowler's Writings -
description of enterprise architecture patterns, an archived page from Martin's web site
(and his current web site, stripped of the interesting
stuff because he wrote a book)
but some info remains.
Perl Design Patterns -
a Wiki on Perl design patterns
Article on Perl Design Patterns - (at perl.com) focuses on Gang-of-Four design patterns (see also this Gang-of-Four patterns discussion)
Perlcert hosted by Tim Maher -
an effort to get perl certification going
The Perl SDK and P5EE are not the same thing. However, the Perl SDK team has already done much of the work in qualifying which modules on CPAN are of high quality and are worthy of consideration in the P5EE.
If there is a module down below which should be somewhere in the P5EE matrix up above, please let me know.
Algorithm::Diff Archive::Tar Archive::Zip BSD::Resource BerkeleyDB Bit::Vector Business::CreditCard CGI.pm-2.66.tar.gz CGI CGI::Carp CGI::Cookie CGI::Fast CGI::Pretty CGI::Push CGI::Util CGI-modules-2.76.tar.gz CGI::Request CGI::MiniSvr CGI::Base CGI::BasePlus CGI::Form Chart-0.99c-pre3.tar.gz Chart::Bars Chart::Base Chart::StackedBars Chart::Lines Chart::Mountain Chart::Composite Chart::Points Chart::LinesPoints Compress::Zlib DB_File DBD-CSV-0.1022.tar.gz DBD::CSV DBD::File DBD-XBase-0.160.tar.gz DBD::XBase XBase XBase::Base XBase::Index XBase::Memo XBase::SQL DBI-1.13.tar.gz DBI::Format DBD::Proxy DBI DBD::NullP DBI::Shell DBI::DBD DBD::Sponge DBD::ADO DBI::ProxyServer Data::Dumper Date::Calc Date::Manip Devel::CallerItem Devel::DumpStack Devel::SmallProf Devel-Symdump-2.00.tar.gz Devel::Symdump Devel::Symdump::Export Devel::ptkdb Digest-MD5-2.09.tar.gz Digest::SHA1 SHA Digest MD5 Digest::HMAC_SHA1 Digest::HMAC Digest::HMAC_MD5 Digest::MD2 Digest::MD5 File::Spec Font-AFM-1.18.tar.gz Font::Metrics::CourierBoldOblique Font::Metrics::CourierOblique Font::Metrics::HelveticaBoldOblique Font::Metrics::TimesBold Font::Metrics::TimesBoldItalic Font::Metrics::HelveticaOblique Font::AFM Font::Metrics::Courier Font::Metrics::Helvetica Font::Metrics::TimesItalic Font::Metrics::TimesRoman Font::Metrics::CourierBold Font::Metrics::HelveticaBold FreezeThaw Getopt::Long GD HTML-Parser-3.07.tar.gz HTML::Parser HTML::LinkExtor HTML::Filter HTML::HeadParser HTML::Entities HTML::TokeParser HTML-Tree-0.64.tar.gz HTML::AsSubs HTML::Parse HTML::Element HTML::TreeBuilder I18N::LangTags IO-Tty-0.02.tar.gz IO::Tty IO::Pty IO-stringy-1.209.tar.gz IO::AtomicFile IO::Stringy IO::Scalar IO::WrapTie IO::ScalarArray IO::Wrap IO::Lines libwww-perl-5.47.tar.gz Locale-Codes-1.00.tar.gz Locale::Country Locale::Language MIME-Base64-2.11.tar.gz MIME::Base64 MIME::QuotedPrint MIME-tools-4.124.tar.gz MIME::Body MIME::Decoder::QuotedPrint MIME::Words MIME::Latin1 MIME::Decoder::Binary MIME::Field::ContType MIME::Decoder::Base64 MIME::Entity MIME::Decoder::UU MIME::Decoder::Gzip64 MIME::Tools MIME::Decoder MIME::Field::ParamVal MIME::ToolUtils MIME::Parser MIME::Decoder::NBit MIME::Field::ContDisp MIME::IO MIME::Field::ConTraEnc MIME::ParserBase MIME::Head MLDBM-2.00.tar.gz MLDBM::Serializer::FreezeThaw MLDBM::Serializer::Data::Dumper MLDBM MLDBM::Serializer::Storable MailFolder-0.07.tar.gz Mail::Folder Mail::Folder::Mbox Mail::Folder::Maildir Mail::Folder::Emaul Mail::Folder::NNTP MailTools-1.13.tar.gz Mail::Address Mail::Util Mail::Mailer Mail::Field::Date Mail::Field Mail::Field::AddrList Mail::Send Mail::Filter Mail::Header Mail::Internet Mail::Cap Mail::Alias Memoize-0.52.tar.gz Memoize::Expire Memoize::ExpireTest Memoize Memoize::Saves Memoize::SDBM_File Memoize::AnyDBM_File Memoize::Storable Memoize::NDBM_File libnet-1.0703.tar.gz Net::Cmd Net::Config Net::Domain Net::DummyInetd Net::FTP Net::FTP::A Net::FTP::E Net::FTP::I Net::FTP::L Net::FTP::dataconn 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