Net::SFTP::Foreign - Secure File Transfer Protocol client
Fcitx is a flexible input method framework. It comes with a script,
fcitx-configtool, which looks for this configure tool and invokes it.
Net::Nmsg is a perl binding to libnmsg, the reference implementation of
the NMSG binary structured message interchange format. The NMSG
documentation describes the format as:
The NMSG format is an efficient encoding of typed, structured data
into payloads which are packed into containers which can be
transmitted over the network or stored to disk. Each payload is
associated with a specific message schema. Modules implementing a
certain message schema along with functionality to convert between
binary and presentation formats can be loaded at runtime by libnmsg.
nmsgtool provides a command line interface to control the
transmission, storage, creation, and conversion of NMSG payloads.
The Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) is an IETF standard
that provides a complete cross protocol messaging solution. The problem
with current IM solutions is that they are all proprietary and cannot
talk to each other. XMPP seeks to get rid of those barriers.
Net::XMPP is a collection of Perl modules that provide a Perl Developer
access to the XMPP protocol. Using OOP modules we provide a clean
interface to writing anything from a full client to a simple protocol
Net::Google::DataAPI is base implementations for modules to negotiate
with Google Data APIs.
Net::LDAP::Makepath - Provides a methode for creating paths in LDAP simply.
This module implements a client interface to the SNPP protocol,
enabling a perl5 application to talk to SNPP servers. The SNPP
protocol is described in RFC1861.
Implements Short Message Peer to Peer protocol, which is frequently used to
pass short messages between mobile operators implementing short message
service (SMS). This is applicable to both european GSM and american CDMA/TDMA
Phone::Info provides a nicer CLI interface to Net::WhitePages.
libnet is a collection of Perl modules which provides a simple
and consistent programming interface (API) to the client side
of various protocols used in the internet community.
For details of each protocol please refer to the RFC. RFC's
can be found a various places on the WEB, for a starting
point look at:
The RFC implemented in this distribution are
Net::FTP RFC959 File Transfer Protocol
Net::SMTP RFC821 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
Net::Time RFC867 Daytime Protocol
Net::Time RFC868 Time Protocol
Net::NNTP RFC977 Network News Transfer Protocol
Net::POP3 RFC1939 Post Office Protocol 3