Search results for "module:HTTP::Config"

HTTP::Config - Configuration for request and response objects River stage four • 1339 direct dependents • 8428 total dependents

An "HTTP::Config" object is a list of entries that can be matched against request or request/response pairs. Its purpose is to hold configuration data that can be looked up given a request or response object. Each configuration entry is a hash. Some ...

OALDERS/HTTP-Message-6.37 - 14 Jun 2022 14:19:16 UTC

HTTP::Balancer::Config - config loader River stage zero No dependents

SHELLING/HTTP-Balancer-0.0.2 - 20 Feb 2013 11:17:12 UTC

HTTP::ProxyAutoConfig - use a .pac or wpad.dat file to get proxy information River stage zero No dependents

*HTTP::ProxyAutoConfig* allows perl scripts that need to access the Internet to determine whether to do so via a proxy server. To do this, it uses proxy settings provided by an IT department, either on the Web or in a browser's *.pac* file on disk. I...

MACKENNA/HTTP-ProxyAutoConfig-0.3 - 26 Mar 2010 02:46:43 UTC

Gantry::Conf::Provider::HTTP::Config::General - Uses Config::General to configure your Gantry application River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This is the provider to allow Gantry::Conf to be able to handle Config::General aka Apache style configuration files received via the web....

TKEEFER/Gantry-3.64 - 13 Jan 2010 17:34:43 UTC

lib/Wizard/Examples/Apache/ River stage zero No dependents

JWIED/Wizard-0.1006 - 10 Nov 1999 12:05:14 UTC

HTTP::ProxyPAC - use a PAC (Proxy Auto Config) file to get proxy info River stage zero No dependents

*HTTP::ProxyPAC* allows use of a Proxy Auto Configuration file to determine whether a URL needs to be accessed via a proxy server, and if so the URL of the proxy server. You can use a *.pac* file from a web browser, or a *wpad.dat* file obtained via ...

MACKENNA/HTTP-ProxyPAC-0.31 - 27 Mar 2010 04:35:43 UTC

HTTP::Async - process multiple HTTP requests in parallel without blocking. River stage two • 3 direct dependents • 18 total dependents

Although using the conventional "LWP::UserAgent" is fast and easy it does have some drawbacks - the code execution blocks until the request has been completed and it is only possible to process one request at a time. "HTTP::Async" attempts to address...

KAORU/HTTP-Async-0.33 - 14 Jan 2017 15:44:53 UTC

HTTP::Daemon::App - Create 2 or 3 line, fully functional (SSL) HTTP server(s) River stage zero No dependents

You can describe one or more HTTP daemons in a simple hash and *instantly* have a [--start|--stop|--restart] capable daemon that can optionally be SSL aware. Its also easy to add command line options and has integrated help. EXPORT Each function can ...

DMUEY/HTTP-Daemon-App-v0.0.9 - 18 Nov 2006 05:44:21 UTC

POEx::HTTP::Server - POE HTTP server River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

POEx::HTTP::Server is a clean POE implementation of an HTTP server. It uses POEx::URI to simplify event specification. It allows limiting connection concurrency and implements HTTP 1.1 keep-alive. It has built-in compatibility with POE::Component::Da...

GWYN/POEx-HTTP-Server-0.0902 - 03 Sep 2013 18:56:14 UTC

HTTP::Tiny::Plugin - HTTP::Tiny with plugins River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

EARLY RELEASE, THINGS MIGHT STILL CHANGE A LOT. HTTP::Tiny::Plugin allows you to extend functionalities of HTTP::Tiny using plugins instead of subclassing. This makes it easy to combine several functionalities together. (Ironically, HTTP::Tiny::Plugi...

PERLANCAR/HTTP-Tiny-Plugin-0.004 - 26 Oct 2021 00:05:36 UTC

Xpriori::XMS::Http - Perl extension for Xpriori::XMS Database. River stage zero No dependents

Xpriori::XMS is a module enables you to talk to Xpriori::XMS Database with http using LWP. new($$$%) *$oXpH* = Xpriori::XMS::Http->new(*$URL*, *$User*, *$Passwd* [, *$sID*, *%Option*]); Constructor. Creates a Xpriori::XMS::Http object and start sessi...

KWITKNR/Xpriori-XMS-0.03 - 29 Jul 2009 03:00:54 UTC

App::Context::HTTP - context in which we are currently running River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

A Context class models the environment (aka "context) in which the current process is running. For the App::Context::HTTP class, this models any of the web application runtime environments which employ the HTTP protocol and produce HTML pages as outp...

SPADKINS/App-Context-0.968 - 09 Jun 2010 21:33:19 UTC

HTTP::LoadGen::Run - HTTP client for HTTP::LoadGen River stage zero No dependents

"HTTP::LoadGen::Run" implements the HTTP client for HTTP::LoadGen. Functions $rc=HTTP::LoadGen::Run::run_url $method, $scheme, $host, $port, $uri, $param performs one HTTP request as specified by the parameters. See URLList in HTTP::LoadGen for more ...

OPI/HTTP-LoadGen-0.07 - 15 Dec 2010 11:34:05 UTC

HTTP::Monkeywrench - Web testing application River stage zero No dependents

HTTP::Monkeywrench is a test-harness application to test the integrity of a user's path through a web site. To run HTTP::Monkeywrench->test(), first set up a Perl script that contains sessions (described below), settings if desired (also described be...

CNATION/Monkeywrench-1.0 - 20 Sep 2000 20:11:15 UTC

HTTP::Upload::FlowJs - handle resumable multi-part HTTP uploads with flowjs River stage zero No dependents

CORION/HTTP-Upload-FlowJs-0.01 - 03 Mar 2018 14:43:20 UTC

HTTP::Balancer::Role - base of all roles in HTTP::Balancer River stage zero No dependents

SHELLING/HTTP-Balancer-0.0.2 - 20 Feb 2013 11:17:12 UTC

HTTP::Cookies::Chrome - Cookie storage and management for Google Chrome River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This package overrides the "load()" and "save()" methods of "HTTP::Cookies" so it can work with Google Chrome cookie files, which are SQLite databases. This also should work from Chrome clones, such as Brave. First, you are allowed to create differen...

BDFOY/HTTP-Cookies-Chrome-2.002 - 19 Feb 2021 20:30:58 UTC

Test::HTTP::MockServer - Implement a mock HTTP server for use in tests River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

Sometimes, when writing a test, you don't have to oportunity to do dependency injection of the type of transport used in a specific API. Sometimes that code willl unequivocally always use actual HTTP and the only control you have is over the host and...

DRUOSO/Test-HTTP-MockServer-v0.0.1 - 19 Jul 2016 15:34:41 UTC

Net::HTTP::Spore::Role - Role to easily add multiples Spore clients to your class River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 11 total dependents

This is a role you can apply to your class. This role let you create a Spore client with a specific configuration....

ATHREEF/Net-HTTP-Spore-0.09 - 27 Oct 2017 06:54:33 UTC

HTTP::Server::Singlethreaded - a framework for standalone web applications River stage zero No dependents

HTTP::Server::Singlethreaded is a framework for providing web applications without using a web server (apache, boa, etc.) to handle HTTP....

DAVIDNICO/HTTP-Server-Singlethreaded-0.12 - 14 Jul 2009 02:50:47 UTC
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