Technical Updates: MySQL, XML::Parser, vcpan, and More
The following items are updated and available for your use on
FreeBSD and Solaris Virtual Servers:
Version 3.23.37 is available for use on all FreeBSD and
Solaris Virtual Servers.
cURL is a command line tool for getting or sending files
using URL syntax. cURL supports a range of common Internet
protocols, currently including HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, GOPHER,
LDAP, DICT, TELNET and FILE. To install cURL, use the
% vinstall curl
AWStats (Advanced Web Statistics) is a free tool that
generates advanced graphical web statistics. This Virtual Server
log file analyzer works as a CGI or from the command line.
The ht://Dig system is a complete Web indexing and
searching system for a domain or intranet. It is meant to
cover the search needs for a single company, campus, or
even a particular sub section of a Web site. As opposed to
some WAIS-based or Web server based search engines, ht://Dig
can easily span several Web servers. The type of these
different Web servers doesn't matter as long as they
understand common protocols like HTTP.
Expat is an XML parser written in C. It is most often
used as a library extension for modules like PHP and Perl's
XML::Parser. Use the vinstall command to install Expat.
% vinstall expat
XML::Parser is an XML parser written in Perl. This
Pre-Packaged Perl5 Module
makes use of Expat (Expat must be installed on your Virtual Server if you're
going to use XML::Parser).
vcpan is a wrapper for Perl's famous CPAN shell and Perl
module installation API. New features are documented in
the vcpan man page. Use the man command.
% man vcpan
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