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Solstice - Solstice is a Web application development framework for Perl. Based on the MVC programming paradigm, it provides a sensible layout for Web applications that helps you write applications faster and with fewer mistakes. ++

Solstice is a Web application development framework for Perl. Based on the MVC programming paradigm, it provides a sensible layout for Web applications that helps you write applications faster and with fewer mistakes. For more information, see http:/...

MCRAWFOR/Solstice-1440 - 07 Nov 2007 20:57:59 GMT - Search in distribution

Astro::Coord::ECI::Sun - Compute the position of the Sun. ++

This module implements the position of the Sun as a function of time, as described in Jean Meeus' "Astronomical Algorithms," second edition. It is a subclass of Astro::Coord::ECI, with the id, name, and diameter attributes initialized appropriately, ...

WYANT/Astro-satpass-0.064   (1 review) - 29 May 2014 17:17:56 GMT - Search in distribution

Calendar::Any::Chinese - Perl extension for Chinese calendar ++

From "FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CALENDARS"("http://www.tondering.dk/claus/calendar.html") The Chinese calendar - like the Hebrew - is a combined solar/lunar calendar in that it strives to have its years coincide with the tropical year and its ...

YEWENBIN/Calendar-Any-0.5 - 18 May 2012 10:11:17 GMT - Search in distribution

DateTime::Event::Sunrise - Perl DateTime extension for computing the sunrise/sunset on a given day ++

This module will computes the time of sunrise and sunset for a given date and a given location. The computation uses Paul Schlyter's algorithm. Actually, the module creates a DateTime::Event::Sunrise object or a DateTime::Set object, which are used t...

JFORGET/DateTime-Event-Sunrise-0.0503 - 17 Oct 2013 18:53:38 GMT - Search in distribution

DateTime::Fiction::JRRTolkien::Shire ++

Implementation of the calendar used by the hobbits in J.R.R. Tolkien's exceptional novel The Lord of The Rings, as described in Appendix D of that book (except where noted). The calendar has 12 months, each with 30 days, and 5 holidays that are not p...

TBRAUN/DateTime-Fiction-JRRTolkien-Shire-0.02 - 07 Dec 2003 21:22:24 GMT - Search in distribution




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