Tie::Hash::Blame - A hash that remembers where its keys were set River stage zero No dependents

Have you ever tried to track changes to a hash throughout a large program? It's hard, isn't it? This module makes things a little easier. Its intended use is for debugging, because ties are magic, and magic is evil....

RHOELZ/Tie-Hash-Blame-0.01 - 23 May 2012 19:45:23 GMT

Tie::Array::Pack - An array implemented as a packed string River stage zero No dependents

One of the drawbacks for using Perl's native array is that it is a memory-hog. Normally it takes 20 bytes a scalar (16 bytes for scalar + overhead). This can be a problem when you need to handle millions of numbers in-memory. This module saves memory...

DANKOGAI/Tie-Array-Pack-0.02 - 22 Dec 2006 03:22:35 GMT

Tie::Hash::Array - a hash which is internally implemented as a sorted array River stage zero No dependents

Hashes tied to this class will interally be stored as an array alternately containing keys and values, with its keys sorted in standard string comparison order, that is, as "cmp" does. While the main purpose of this module is serving as a base class ...

FANY/Tie-Hash-Array-0.1 - 01 Jan 2008 15:28:34 GMT

Acme::Tie::Eleet - Perl extension to 5pE4k 1Ik3 4n 3l337! River stage zero No dependents

Have you ever wanted to speak like an eleet? Do you feel like it's too difficult to do your case mixin' manually? Tired of being laugh at by your mates because your quotes don't make you look like an h4x0r? Well, there's a solution, and you're readin...

JQUELIN/Acme-Tie-Eleet-1.0.2 - 26 Nov 2007 12:50:29 GMT

Tie::TwoLevelHash - Tied interface to multi-dimensional (Two-Level) hash files River stage zero No dependents

This is the Tie::TwoLevelHash module. It is a TIEHASH interface which lets you tie to a text file which is a multi-dimensional (two level) hash. To use it, tie a hash to a directory: tie(%hash, 'Tie::TwoLevelHash', $file, 'rw'); # Open in read/write ...

KMELTZ/Tie-TwoLevelHash-1.2 - 30 Oct 1998 17:25:07 GMT

Tie::TransactHash - Edit hash in transactions not changing order during trans. River stage zero No dependents

Tie::TransactHash is a package which provides facilities for editing any other hash in transactions. A transaction is a group of changes which go together and are either all applied or none. When working on a standard perl hash or a hash indexed DBM ...

MIKEDLR/Tie-TransactHash-0.03 - 24 Feb 1997 10:12:49 GMT

Tie::IntegerArray - provides a tied array of packed integers of any bit length River stage zero No dependents

This module provides an array interface to packed array of integers. A packed array of integers is useful in situations where you need to store a large set of integers in as small a space as possible. Access to the packed array will be significantly ...

SAMTREGAR/Tie-IntegerArray-0.01 - 08 Feb 2001 01:32:25 GMT

Tie::RDBM::Cached - Tie hashes to relational databases. River stage zero No dependents

In addition to Tie::RDBM this module provides a caching method for fast updates to data. This can be EASILY achieved by the user with a little effort without resorting to this module. I wrote the module because I like the interface to the hash and on...

HARRY/Tie-RDBM-Cached-0.03 - 24 Sep 2004 23:57:59 GMT

Tie::RDBM::Cached - Tie hashes to relational databases. River stage zero No dependents

In addition to Tie::RDBM this module provides one of two caching methods for fast access and retrieval of data. This can be easily achieved by the user without resorting to this module. I wrote the module because I like the interface to the hash and ...

HARRY/Tie-RDBM-Cached-0.03 - 24 Sep 2004 23:57:59 GMT

Tie::Hash::Abbrev - a hash which can be accessed using abbreviated keys River stage zero No dependents

This module implements a subclass of Tie::Hash::Array. The contents of hashes tied to this class may be accessed via unambiguously abbreviated keys. (Please note, however, that this is not true for deleting hash elements; for that, can use "delete_ab...

FANY/Tie-Hash-Array-0.1 - 01 Jan 2008 15:28:34 GMT

Tie::Hash::Create River stage zero No dependents

Look at sections "Inheriting from Tie::ExtraHash" in Tie::Hash. Consider an object, say $tob returned by tie. It is an array, primitive hash-operations are carried out on the first field of this array, that is $tob->[0], a reference to a hash. Surpri...

SCHOEJO/Tie-Hash-Create-0.02 - 14 Aug 2008 07:30:00 GMT

Tie::Handle::HTTP - Tie class for doing HTTP range requests for read calls. River stage zero No dependents

This module sets up a tied filehandle and associates it with a single HTTP address where each read on the filehandle will be performed as an HTTP Range request. Keepalives are used when possible, but requests will not be buffered in any way....

HACHI/Tie-Handle-HTTP-0.02 - 28 Mar 2006 01:36:15 GMT

Tie::Redis::Candy - Tie Redis to HashRef or ArrayRef River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module is inspired by Tie::Redis and Redis::Hash/Redis::List....

ZURBORG/Tie-Redis-Candy-1.001 - 18 Oct 2015 14:14:53 GMT

Hash::AutoHash::Record - Object-oriented access to hash with implicitly typed fields River stage zero No dependents

Hash::AutoHash::Record is a subclass of Hash::AutoHash designed to represent records parsed from flat files. The fields of the records can be single-valued, multi-valued, or a collection of attribute-value pairs which, in turn, can allow single or mu...

NATG/Hash-AutoHash-Record-1.17 - 06 Oct 2013 00:24:05 GMT

Tie::Hash::Indexed - Ordered hashes for Perl River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 35 total dependents

Tie::Hash::Indexed is very similar to Tie::IxHash. However, it is written completely in XS and usually about twice as fast as Tie::IxHash. It's quite a lot faster when it comes to clearing or deleting entries from large hashes. Currently, only the pl...

MHX/Tie-Hash-Indexed-0.05 - 24 Aug 2007 13:22:10 GMT

Tie::Array::Expire - Array with expiring elements River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module allows you to create an array with the elements autodisappearing after a specified expiry time. This array can be used in, e.g.: rate control checking ("maximum sending 20 emails in 4 hours")....

PERLANCAR/Tie-Array-Expire-0.001 - 07 Jun 2017 10:55:41 GMT

Tie::Alias::Handle - required by Tie::Alias::TIEHANDLE River stage zero No dependents

This module holds a single error message, suggesting that the user append an ampersand to their mode string to duplicate a handle: handles already have a robust aliasing mechanism....

DAVIDNICO/Tie-Alias-Handle-0.01 - 26 Nov 2002 03:23:55 GMT

Tie::Array::AsHash - tie arrays as hashes by splitting lines on separator River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

"Tie::Array::AsHash" uses some practical extracting code so arrays can be tied to hashes. The module was initially written by Chris Angell <chris@chrisangell.com> for managing htpasswd-format password files....

REHSACK/Tie-Array-AsHash-0.200 - 08 Nov 2013 18:37:34 GMT

HTML::Mason::Request - Mason Request Class River stage three • 44 direct dependents • 113 total dependents

The Request API is your gateway to all Mason features not provided by syntactic tags. Mason creates a new Request object for every web request. Inside a component you access the current request object via the global $m. Outside of a component, you ca...

DROLSKY/HTML-Mason-1.58 - 29 Oct 2017 16:14:32 GMT

Tie::Handle::Offset - Tied handle that hides the beginning of a file River stage two • 1 direct dependent • 22 total dependents

This modules provides a file handle that hides the beginning of a file. After opening, the file is positioned at the offset location. "seek()" and "tell()" calls are modified to preserve the offset. For example, "tell($fh)" will return 0, though the ...

DAGOLDEN/Tie-Handle-Offset-0.004 - 24 Apr 2018 09:48:46 GMT

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