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This package provides modules for Apache to invisibly integrate Tomcat
capabilities into an existing Apache installation.

Apache:Modules / apache2-mod_nss Maintainer Bugowner
Base:System / gpg2 Maintainer Bugowner

GnuPG 2 is the successor of "GnuPG" or GPG. It provides: GPGSM,
gpg-agent, and a keybox library.

Base:System / gpgme Maintainer Bugowner

GnuPG Made Easy (GPGME) is a library designed to make access to GnuPG
easier for applications. It provides a high-level Crypto API for
encryption, decryption, signing, signature verification, and key
management. Currently it uses GnuPG as its back-end, but the API is not
restricted to this engine.

Base:System / libassuan Maintainer

Libassuan is the IPC library used by gpg2 (GnuPG version 2)

Base:System / libgpg-error Maintainer

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Base:System / libksba Maintainer

KSBA is a library to simplify the task of working with X.509
certificates, CMS data, and related data.

Base:System / libpcap Maintainer

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Base:System / logrotate Maintainer

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Base:System / pinentry Maintainer

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Base:System / sysstat Maintainer

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This Perl module helps to create differences between two files or
lists. It is used by 'perl-diffmk'

These modules are supposed to be used with the Apache server together
with an embedded perl interpreter like mod_perl. They provide support
for basic authentication and authorization as well as support for
persistent database connections via Perl's Database Independent
Interface (DBI).

In basic operation, each of the handlers Filter1, Filter2, and Filter3
will make a call to $r->filter_input(), which will return a filehandle.
For Filter1, the filehandle points to the requested file. For Filter2,
the filehandle contains whatever Filter1 wrote to STDOUT. For Filter3,
it contains whatever Filter3 wrote to STDOUT. The output of Filter3
goes directly to the browser.

Note that the modules Filter1, Filter2, and Filter3 are listed in
forward order, in contrast to the reverse-order listing of
Apache::OutputChain.

When you've got this module, you can use the same handler both as a
stand-alone handler, and as an element in a chain. Just make sure that
whenever you're chaining, all the handlers in the chain are "Filter-
aware," i.e. they each call $r->filter_register() exactly once, before
they start printing to STDOUT. There should be almost no overhead for
doing this when there's only one element in the chain.

These modules provide persistent storage for arbitrary data, in
arbitrary backing stores. The details of interacting with the backing
store are abstracted to make all backing stores behave alike. The
programmer simply interacts with a tied hash.

Apache::SessionX extends Apache::Session. It was initially written to
use Apache::Session from inside of HTML::Embperl, but is seems to be
useful outside of Embperl as well, so here is it as standalone module.

AppConfig is a Perl module for managing application configuration
information. It maintains the state of any number of variables and
provides methods for parsing configuration files and command line
arguments.

Perl module for creation and manipulation of ZIP-files

SASL is a generic mechanism for authentication used by several network
protocols. Authen::SASL provides an implementation framework that all
protocols should be able to share.

The framework allows different implementations of the connection class
to be plugged in. At the time of writing there were two such plugins.

BerkeleyDB is a module that allows Perl programs to use the facilities
provided by Berkeley DB version 2 or higher. To use version 1 of
Berkeley DB with Perl, you need the DB_File module.

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