p5-IO-SessionData-1.03nb5.tgz


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Description

p5-IO-SessionData - Supporting module for SOAP::Lite

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 8.1
Repository NetBSD amd64
Package filename p5-IO-SessionData-1.03nb5.tgz
Package name p5-IO-SessionData
Package version 1.03nb5
Package release -
Package architecture amd64
Package type tgz
Category net perl5
Homepage https://metacpan.org/release/IO-SessionData
License gnu-gpl-v2 OR artistic
Maintainer -
Download size 7.07 KB
Installed size 11.89 KB
IO::SessionData is a supporting module for SOAP::Lite.

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
p5-IO-SessionData-1.03nb5.tgz 1.03nb5 i386 NetBSD
p5-IO-SessionData - - -

Requires

Name Value
perl >= 5.30.0 < 5.32.0

Download

Type URL
Mirror ftp.netbsd.org
Binary Package p5-IO-SessionData-1.03nb5.tgz
Source Package p5-IO-SessionData

Install Howto

Install p5-IO-SessionData tgz package:

# pkg_add p5-IO-SessionData

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