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ANNOUNCE: Initial release of WSF/Perl (Perl bindings for a WS-* framework)

Hi,

The initial version of WSF/Perl is available on CPAN.  Just do a
search for "wsf".  WSF/Perl is the Perl bindings for WSO2 WSF/C which
is a WS-* framework that has Apache Axis2/C as the core with some
other related projects bundled together.

A "fixed" version of WSF/C which works with this release of WSF/Perl
is available at http://ww2.wso2.org/~chintana/  Why?  Modules of WSF/C
are not linked properly and this causes the perl to throw an undefined
symbol at run time.  This will be fixed from the next release of WSF/
C.

This is client side only with,
 - WS-Addressing
 - Support for consuming REST style
 - Support SOAP 1.1/1.0 and submission.

More info - http://wso2.org/projects/wsf/perl

Bye,

    -Chintana

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