Stolen Object-oriented interface to a single AIM connection. Basically this module handles the connection and communications between us and the server. It parses the incoming data and queues it. It follows the defined protocol and contains methods to send out our information and messages.
This module implements a client interface to Critical Path's Account Provisioning Protocol, enabling a perl application to talk to APP servers. This documentation assumes that you are familiar with the APP protocol documented in the Account Provisioning Protocol Developer's Guide.
Net::Daemon is an abstract base class for implementing portable server applications in a very simple way. The module is designed for Perl 5.005 and threads, but can work with fork() and Perl 5.004. The Net::Daemon class offers methods for the most common tasks a daemon needs: Starting up, logging, accepting clients, authorization, restricting its own environment for security and doing the true work.
Net::DLookup, written by the Perl Archive's administrator, performs domain lookups for 2-letter and 3-letter top level domains. It also verifies the validity of domain names by checking punctuation, length, metacharacters, etc..