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This package is based on the package 'curl' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

Curl is a client to get documents and files from or send documents to a
server using any of the supported protocols (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, GOPHER,
DICT, TELNET, LDAP, or FILE). The command is designed to work without
user interaction or any kind of interactivity.

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This project was created for package openssl-1_1 via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package openssl-1_1 via attribute OBS:Maintained

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GNU cfengine is an abstract programming language for system
administrators of huge heterogeneous networks. With cfengine, system
administrators have an easy and elegant way to maintain complicated

This module/script gets the CDDB info for an audio cd. You need LINUX,
SUNOS or *BSD, a cdrom drive and an active internet connection in order
to do that.

CGI-Session is a Perl5 library that provides an easy, reliable and
modular session management system across HTTP requests. Persistency is
a key feature for such applications as shopping carts,
login/authentication routines, and application that need to carry data
across HTTP requests. CGI::Session does that and many more.

'Config::Tiny' is a perl class to read and write .ini style configuration
files with as little code as possible, reducing load time and memory
overhead. Most of the time it is accepted that Perl applications use a lot
of memory and modules. The '::Tiny' family of modules is specifically
intended to provide an ultralight alternative to the standard modules.

This module is primarily for reading human written files, and anything we
write shouldn't need to have documentation/comments. If you need something
with more power move up to the Config::Simple manpage, the Config::General
manpage or one of the many other 'Config::' modules. To rephrase, the
Config::Tiny manpage does *not* preserve your comments, whitespace, or the
order of your config file.

This module is a compatibility wrapper around Date::Parse.

Author: Joshua Hoblitt (JHOBLITT)

This module provides a simple means for generating an RFC 2822 compliant
datetime string. (In case you care, they're not RFC 822 dates, because they
use a four digit year, which is not allowed in RFC 822.)

This module implements the Font::AFM class. Objects of this class are
initialized from an AFM file and allow you to obtain information about
the font and the metrics of the various glyphs in the font.

This is a collection of modules that format HTML as plain text,
PostScript, or RTF.

This distribution contains a suite of modules for representing,
creating, and extracting information from HTML syntax trees; there is
also relevent documentation. These modules used to be part of the
libwww-perl distribution, but are now unbundled in order to facilitate
a separate development track.

The Image::Size library is based upon the "wwwis" script written by
Alex Knowles *(alex@ed.ac.uk)*, a tool to examine HTML and add 'width'
and height' parameters to image tags. The sizes are cached internally
based on the file name, so multiple calls on the same file name (images
used in bulleted lists, for example) do not result in repeated

The IO::Socket::Multicast module subclasses IO::Socket::INET to enable
you to manipulate multicast groups. With this module (and an operating
system that supports multicasting), you will be able to receive
incoming multicast transmissions and generate your own outgoing
multicast packets.

This module implements an interface to the Linux 2.6.13 and later
Inotify file/directory change notification sytem.

Simple platform independent e-mail from your perl script.

Net::Whois::RIPE class implementing a RIPE whois client

Pango is a library for laying out and rendering text, with an emphasis on
internationalization. Pango can be used anywhere that text layout is
needed, but using Pango in conjunction with L and/or L
provides a complete solution with high quality text handling and graphics

Dynamically loaded modules handle text layout for particular
combinations of script and font backend. Pango provides a wide selection
of modules, including modules for Hebrew, Arabic, Hangul, Thai, and a
number of Indic scripts. Virtually all of the world's major scripts are

In addition to the low level layout rendering routines, Pango includes
Pango::Layout, a high level driver for laying out entire blocks of text,
and routines to assist in editing internationalized text.

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