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PyDav
WebDAV Server, Client, and test suite, in Python
CoNote: annotation for Web documents
cheap HTML parser in perl
Timeclock
a tcl program that helps you keep track of where you spend your time.
WAIS server in perl
Xdoc utilities.
Xdoc is an output format from one of Xerox's excellent OCR programs. This directory contains some perl programs for manipulating xdoc.
Other things