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Getopt::Whatever - Collects whatever options you pass it! 1 ++

Getopt::Whatever parses whatever command line options that it can find in @ARGV and places them into %ARGV. The parsing only supports long options (double-dashed), but might eventually also support short-form options. After parsing, anything that was...

JMCADA/Getopt-Whatever-0.01 - 02 Jun 2007 18:38:36 GMT - Search in distribution

Pye - Session-based logging platform on top of MongoDB ++

"Pye" is a dead-simple, session-based logging platform on top of MongoDB. I built "Pye" due to my frustration with file-based loggers that generate logs that are extremely difficult to read, analyze and maintain. "Pye" is most useful for services (e....

IDOPEREL/Pye-1.000001 - 02 Feb 2014 16:01:17 GMT - Search in distribution

Argv - Provide an OO interface to an arg vector ++

An Argv object treats a command line as 3 separate entities: the *program*, the *options*, and the *args*. The *options* may be further subdivided into user-defined *option sets* by use of the "optset" method. When one of the *execution methods* is c...

DSB/Argv-1.28   (2 reviews) - 13 May 2013 15:01:11 GMT - Search in distribution

sort - sort or merge text files 2 ++

The sort utility sorts text files by lines (or records). Comparisons are based on one or more sort keys extracted from each line of input, and are performed lexicographically. By default, if keys are not given, sort regards each input line as a singl...

CWEST/ppt-0.14   (1 review) - 05 Aug 2004 14:48:58 GMT - Search in distribution

noid - nice opaque identifier generator commands ++

The noid utility creates minters (identifier generators) and accepts commands that operate them. Once created, a minter can be used to produce persistent, globally unique names for documents, databases, images, vocabulary terms, etc. Properly managed...

JAK/Noid-0.424 - 21 Apr 2006 15:45:30 GMT - Search in distribution

App::Nag - send yourself a reminder 1 ++

"App::Nag" does some heavier argument validation after the initial validation performed by the initial script. If all looks good, it sets a daemon process going that will wait the appointed time and then pop up a notification. This module is written ...

DFH/App-Nag-0.002 - 15 Feb 2011 20:58:02 GMT - Search in distribution

McBain - Framework for building portable, auto-validating and self-documenting APIs 1 ++

"McBain" is a framework for building powerful APIs and applications. Writing an API with "McBain" provides the following benefits: * Lightweight-ness "McBain" is extremely lightweight, with minimal dependencies on non-core modules; only two packages;...

IDOPEREL/McBain-1.001001 - 28 Jan 2014 19:35:31 GMT - Search in distribution

OptArgs - integrated argument and option processing 3 ++

OptArgs processes Perl script *options* and *arguments*. This is in contrast with most modules in the Getopt::* namespace, which deal with options only. This module is duplicated as Getopt::Args, to cover both its original name and yet still be found...

MLAWREN/OptArgs-0.1.14 - 16 Jun 2014 14:46:59 GMT - Search in distribution

pkgfind - Spiders given URL(s) downloading wanted files 1 ++

package_retriever scans a web or ftp site for newly posted files and downloads them to a local filesystem. It then prints out the file names of the files it downloads to stdout, suitable for passing to other tools in a pipe. Specify the conditions to...

BRYCE/WWW-PkgFind-1.3.1 - 01 Nov 2006 00:00:17 GMT - Search in distribution

App::Rad - Rapid (and easy!) creation of command line applications 5 ++

App::Rad aims to be a simple yet powerful framework for developing your command-line applications. It can easily transform your Perl *one-liners* into reusable subroutines than can be called directly by the user of your program. It also tries to prov...

GARU/App-Rad-1.05   (3 reviews) - 07 Jun 2013 01:12:03 GMT - Search in distribution

INSTALL - Build and Installation guide for perl 5. 210 ++

This document is written in pod format as an easy way to indicate its structure. The pod format is described in pod/perlpod.pod, but you can read it as is with any pager or editor. Headings and items are marked by lines beginning with '='. The other ...

RJBS/perl-5.20.0   (5 reviews) - 27 May 2014 01:35:13 GMT - Search in distribution

PAR::FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions about PAR 2 ++

Where is the Windows binary version? You can find windows binaries here: <http://www.cpan.org/authors/id/S/SM/SMUELLER/> There are three ways to install them. Sorted in order of preference: cpan Run the *cpan* command line tool that comes with Perl. ...

RSCHUPP/PAR-1.007   (3 reviews) - 22 Oct 2012 21:50:20 GMT - Search in distribution

AppConfig - Perl5 module for reading configuration files and parsing command line arguments. 2 ++

USING THE AppConfig MODULE To import and use the AppConfig module the following line should appear in your Perl script: use AppConfig; To import constants defined by the AppConfig module, specify the name of one or more of the constant or tag sets as...

ABW/AppConfig-1.66   (1 review) - 06 Jul 2007 12:21:44 GMT - Search in distribution

perlfaq8 - System Interaction ++

This section of the Perl FAQ covers questions involving operating system interaction. Topics include interprocess communication (IPC), control over the user-interface (keyboard, screen and pointing devices), and most anything else not related to data...

LLAP/perlfaq-5.0150044 - 12 Sep 2013 19:53:14 GMT - Search in distribution

Getopt::Tiny - yet another command line argument parsing module ++

Getopt::Tiny is yet another argument parsing module. The results of the argument parsing are stored by using references that were provided to getopt(). Usage information is automatically generated. Getopt::Tiny expects all arguments to be switches --...

MUIR/Getopt-Tiny-1.02 - 13 Oct 2002 02:52:00 GMT - Search in distribution

Getopt::Mini 5 ++

This is, yup, yet another Getopt module, a very lightweight one. It's not declarative in any way, ie, it does not support specs, like Getopt::Long et al do. On the other hand, it can validate your parameters using the Data::Validator syntax. But that...

RODRIGO/Getopt-Mini-0.02 - 25 Apr 2013 10:06:23 GMT - Search in distribution

colourset - substitute certain tags with generated colour names. ++

This uses Graphics::Colourset to generate sets of colours based on an input hue. The input file is processed, substituting certain tags for the generated colours. If the input file has a .col extension, the output file will be the filename without th...

RUBYKAT/Graphics-Colourset-0.01 - 04 Mar 2006 02:35:16 GMT - Search in distribution

Text::EP3 - The Extensible Perl PreProcessor ++

EP3 is a Perl5 program that preprocesses STDIN or some set of input files and produces an output file. EP3 only works on input files and produces output files. It seems to me that if you want to preprocess arrays or somesuch, you should be using perl...

MYKL/Text-EP3-1.10 - 02 Mar 2006 13:26:47 GMT - Search in distribution

Getopt::Lazy - Yet another lazy, minimal way of using Getopt::Long ++

Getting tired of the digging the same tedious "getopt" things for every script that you write? This module works for you! Without Getopt::Lazy Normally we started a script this way: use File::Basename; use Getopt::Long; sub usage { my $msg = shift; m...

RUEYCHENG/Getopt-Lazy-v0.0.6 - 03 Jan 2008 15:15:00 GMT - Search in distribution

Getopt::OO - An object oriented command line parser. It handles short, long and multi (--x ... -) value options. It also incorporates help for options to simplify generation of usage statements. ++

Getopt::OO is an object oriented tool for parsing command line arguments. It expects a reference to the input arguments and uses a perl hash to describe how the command line arguments should be parsed. Note that by parsed, we mean what options expect...

SJSMITH/Getopt-OO-0.07 - 21 Sep 2005 14:10:26 GMT - Search in distribution




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