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ADG: Automatic Drawing Generation
The ADG library (Automatic Drawing Generation) is a set of functions focused on automating the drawing of mechanical parts. It is not a CAD system but a library providing a non-interactive canvas where you can put common CAD entities such as paths, xatches and quotes, to create your technical drawings. The final result can be displayed inside a GTK+ widget or exported to any cairo available format, such as PostScript and PDF documents or PNG and SVG images.

Autotable
Autotabla is a CGI interface to a collection of SQL tables. Once an XML description of the database schema (table names, fields, etc.) is provided, all table maintenance can be done from a Web page. The program reads the database schema from a configuration file, and you can manage the tables included in the schema: you can add, delete or modify rows and you can do simple but effective queries. It is meant to help developers who are making SQL based applications, freeing them from writing basic scripts for accessing the tables the application will use, and letting them test those applications with live data that can be inserted, modified or deleted from outside it. It reads the database schema from an XML configuration file (which must be provided, and presents an index page of tables and operations to do with them. From then on, the user can do all typical table maintenance.

Averist
'Averist' adds an authentication layer to any CGI application written in Perl. It supports initial authentication through CGI (form), and it can use CGI (hidden form fields) or cookies for reauthentication after a configurable timeout. It can also use a DBM file, a flat file database, or an SQL database for storing session tickets for increased security. The username and password check at the initial authentication can be done via a DBM file, an LDAP directory, a NIS database, the passwd database, a passwd-style file, or an SQL database.

B-Forms
'B-Forms' is an object-oriented PHP library for developing Webform-based applications. It supports tabular forms with multiple records of the same type being edited simultaneously, and provides security mechanism against data tampering. The library provides two base layouts that cover the the vast majority of cases. Only in very tricky form layouts would you have to write HTML code to specify the form layout. It also automatically saves and restores hidden fields. 'B-Forms' divides a script into three logical areas: form definition, data management, and form presentation. Forms have a powerful block architecture, each block typically representing a different data object within the form. Each block can be used to edit several objects at once- the library handles record management.

BBclone
'BBclone' is a PHP Web counter which displays both individual logs and aggregated data. It is a clone of Big Brother webstats, except that it is written in PHP and it relies only on flat files (no database needed). BBclone lets Web site administrators have a precise view of who visit the website: OS, browser, date, referring page etc. Main features include reload resistance, hostname resolution, proxy workaround, and blacklist. It has been translated into 22 languages.

Big Sam
Big Sam (Built-In Guestbook Stand-Alone Module) is a PHP3/4 script guestbook which does not use databases. It is very simple to set up, very simple to administer, and very accurate.

CGI UTILS
CGI_UTILS is a set of three C++ classes: CGI, Template, and Session. CGI wraps the CGI protocol. Template provides an easy way to use templates in your CGI applications. It knows about variables and datasets (tables). Session provides the ability to pass data between your programs through shared memory.

CGI:IRC
CGI:IRC is a Perl/CGI program that allows you to use IRC from a Web browser without having to have access to an IRC port. It does not use Java, but it does need a browser capable of rendering frames. It can be used on a Web page to allow users to chat, or it can be used to access chat from behind a firewall. CGI:IRC has an interface similar to many GUI IRC clients, with a tab for each channel, userlist and options tab (when used in modern, version 5+ browsers). Older browsers degrade to a single windowed interface with a slower updating userlist.

Cgipaf
The 'cgipaf' package includes three CGI programs: passwd.cgi, which users update their password; viewmailcfg.cgi, which lets users view their current mail configuration; and mailcfg.cgi, which updates the mail configuration. All programs use PAM for user authentication. Users can run a script to update SAMBA passwords or NIS configuration when a password is changed. mailcfg.cgi creates a .procmailrc in the user's home directory. A user with too many invalid logins can be locked. The minimum and maximum UID can be set in the configuration file, so you can specify the range of UIDs that can use cgipaf.

Cgipplib
'cgipplib' is a small collection of support classes used to build CGI applications.

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