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A massive catalog of QA and website testing tools/services

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WebInject is a free tool for automated testing of web applications and web services. It can be used to test individual system components that have HTTP interfaces (JSP, ASP, CGI, PHP, AJAX, Servlets, HTML Forms, XML/SOAP Web Services, REST, etc), and can be used as a test harness to create a suite of [HTTP level] automated functional, acceptance, and regression tests. A test harness allows you to run many test cases and collect/report your results. WebInject offers real-time results display and may also be used for monitoring system response times.
WebInject can be used as a complete test framework that is controlled by the WebInject User Interface (GUI). Optionally, it can be used as a standalone test runner (text/console application) which can be integrated and called from other test frameworks or applications.

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Perl access to fsync() and sync() function calls. The fsync() function takes a Perl file handle as its only argument, and passes its fileno() to the C function fsync(). It returns undef on failure, or true on success.

The fsync_fd() function is used internally by fsync(); it takes a file descriptor as its only argument.

The sync() function is identical to the C function sync().

This module does not export any methods by default, but fsync() is made available as a method of the FileHandle and IO::Handle classes.

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Detect changes to a file's content or attributes. This perl library uses perl5 objects to assist in determining whether a file's contents or attributes have changed. It maintains several pieces of information about the file: a digest (currently only MD5 is supported), its inode number, its mode, the uid of its owner, the gid of its group owner, and its last modification time. A File::Signature object is closely associated with a single pathname. It provides a way to compare the state of a file over different points in time; it isn't useful for comparing different files.

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Mange/build a set of files from a list of file/directories. This module is designed to build and manipulate a set of files from a list of input directories and files. You can specify whether directories should be recursed or not, or specific sub-directories ignored.

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