Involved Projects and Packages
This project contains various time archiving tools/utilities. While building is enabled for other distributions then Tumbleweed/Factory, primary purpose of this project is development, not backporting for older releases. Do not add this project repositories to your systems unless you know what you are doing and are willing to fix issues you encounter.
This is a release of Amanda, the Advanced Maryland Automatic Network
Disk Archiver. Amanda is a backup system designed to archive many
computers on a network to a single large-capacity tape drive.
This module provides a framework for generating UUIDs (Universally
Unique Identifiers, also known as GUIDs (Globally Unique Identifiers).
A UUID is 128 bits long, and is guaranteed to be different from all
other UUIDs/GUIDs generated until 3400 A.D. UUIDs were originally used
in the Network Computing System (NCS) and later in the Open Software
Foundation's (OSF) Distributed Computing Environment. Currently many
different technologies rely on UUIDs to provide unique identity for
various software components, Microsoft COM/DCOM for instance, uses
GUIDs very extensively to uniquely identify classes, applications and
components across network-connected systems.
DBD::Pg is a Perl module that works with the DBI module to provide access to PostgreSQL databases.
This module provides an object-oriented mechanism for retrieving and updating data in a DBI-accesible database.
In order to use this module, you should create a subclass of DBIx::SearchBuilder and a subclass of DBIx::SearchBuilder::Record for each table that you wish to access. (See the documentation of DBIx::SearchBuilder::Record for more information on subclassing it.)
Your DBIx::SearchBuilder subclass must override NewItem, and probably should override at least _Init also; at the very least, _Init should probably call _Handle and _Table to set the database handle (a DBIx::SearchBuilder::Handle object) and table name for the class. You can try to override just about every other method here, as long as you think you know what you are doing.
NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.
This is a very simple HTTP/1.1 client, designed primarily for doing simple
GET requests without the overhead of a large framework like
It is more correct and more complete than HTTP::Lite. It supports proxies
(currently only non-authenticating ones) and redirection. It also
correctly resumes after EINTR.
This module is a subclass of Locale::Maketext, with additional support for localizing messages that already contains interpolated variables.
This is most useful when the messages are returned by external sources -- for example, to match dir: command not found against [_1]: command not found.