perl-strip is a collection of Perl 5 modules and scripts for interfacing with the Strip, a password and account manager for the Palm computing platform. The strip-dump Perl script prints out Strip information on a desktop machine. The Palm::Zetetic::Strip package provides an object oriented interface to the Palm database files.
strip-dump is a command line tool for printing Strip account information written in Perl. Versions 0.5i and 1.0 of Strip databases are supported. Uses Palm::Zetetic::Strip to interface to the databases.
Palm::Zetetic::Strip is a set of Perl 5 modules for reading Palm database (PDB) files containing data from the Strip application. Read-only access is provided to the PDB files. Versions 0.5i and 1.0 of Strip are supported.
Binary RPMs, source RPMs and source tarballs are available. All
signatures are made with my public
key. I have provided RPMs for most of the 3rd party modules to
make installing the non-standard CPAN modules easier. You can
always download the sources from CPAN. All RPMs have been built on Red
Hat 7.3 with the help of cpan2rpm, but have been tested on Red
Hat 7.2 as well. If you have a differnt version of Perl, rebuild
the binary RPM from the source RPM using
|File Name||File Size||Description|
|strip-dump-1.0.1-1.noarch.rpm||4.7k||Signed strip-dump v1.0.1 RPM.|
|perl-Palm-Zetetic-Strip-1.01-1.noarch.rpm||20k||Signed Palm::Zetetic::Strip v1.01 RPM.|
|strip-dump-1.0.1.tar.gz [SIG]||4.7k||Source tarball + digital signature for strip-dump v1.0.1.|
|strip-dump-1.0.1-1.src.rpm||7.7k||Signed strip-dump v1.0.1 source RPM.|
|Palm-Zetetic-Strip-1.01.tar.gz [SIG]||11k||Source tarball + digital signature for Palm::Zetetic::Strip v1.01.|
|perl-Palm-Zetetic-Strip-1.01-1.src.rpm||15k||Signed Palm::Zetetic::Strip v1.01 source RPM.|
|3rd Party RPMs|
|Palm PDB library.|
|Terminal I/O library.|
|Rijndael (AES) encryption library. Required for Strip v1.0.|
|SHA-256 secure hash library. Required for Strip v1.0.|
There is a project page for perl-strip on SourceForge. You can file bug reports, request features, download files, and join mailing lists from the project page. SourceForge also hosts the CVS repository.
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