Perl extension for parsing and manipulating DNS Zone Files
DNS::ZoneParse will parse a Zone File and put all the Resource Records (RRs) into an anonymous hash structure. At the moment, the following types of RRs are supported: SOA, NS, MX, A, CNAME, TXT, PTR. It could be useful for maintaining DNS zones, or for transferring DNS zones to other servers. If you want to generate an XML-friendly version of your zone files, it is easy to use XML::Simple with this module once you have parsed the zonefile.
DNS::ZoneParse scans the DNS zonefile - removes comments and seperates the file into its constituent records. It then parses each record and stores the records internally.
20 March 2013
License: Artistic or GPL-1+
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