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FREE Perl Code: Environment Variable Scripts
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  • Environment - Perl script to display a formated list of the key environment variables set by the server and accessible to CGI scripts. This may be useful for debugging and as a minimal script to test the setup of your CGI directory. pop (Added: 12-Jan-1999 Hits: 8535)
  • CGI Helper - This simple script shows you all of your cgi-bin and website variables to aid you in the installation of cgi scripts. Features include: Shows all the cgi environmental variables, Shows all the CGI.pm retreive environmental variables, Lists the paths to Perl and the Perl executable on your system, Lists the path to sendmail, Lists all of the installed Perl modules, and All Perl modules have links to their CPAN descriptions. (Added: 5-May-2000 Hits: 3047)
  • Configuration Helper - This is a simple script based on env.pl. Just set the path to Perl and set permissions and this script will return all important paths and server info. Great for those who need to do installs on numerous servers or for beginners trying to install their first CGI scripts. (Added: 24-Mar-2000 Hits: 2917)
  • Envirolyzer - Created to help you streamline your programming and site administration tasks, Envirolyzer automatically analyzes your server and client environments including paths to Perl, Qmail and Sendmail and returns an easy-to-read report in your web browser. (Added: 29-Apr-2003 Hits: 1620)
  • Host ENVIRONMENT - This script will take a look at your environment variables, location of Perl, location of sendmail, and the location of all installed modules and display them in an easy to read table. There are only two things you will need first. You need the FILE::RECURSE module installed. (Text file with this program shows you how to do that without root access.) Knowledge of where the program should search for the modules. (Text file will tell you how to find this.) (Added: 24-Nov-1999 Hits: 2305)

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