Morpheus is a Perl module that implements a configuration engine that completely separates config consumers from config providers. Consumers can obtain configuration values by using this module or the morph script. Configuration values are bound to various nodes in the global configuration tree, similar to a virtual file system. Consumers can ask for any node or for any subtree. Providers are plugins which can populate the configuration tree from any sources, such as local configuration files, configuration database, and the environment. The overall program configuration is merged together from all data provided by plugins.
C-DynaLib is a Perl module that allows Perl programs to call C functions in dynamic libraries. It is useful for testing library functions, writing simple programs without the bother of XS, and generating C function pointers that call Perl code. If you have a C compiler that Perl supports, you will get better results by writing XSubs than by using this module.
EWS-Client is a module that acts as a client to the Microsoft Exchange Web Services API. From it you can access calendar and contact entries in a nicely abstracted fashion. Query results are generally available in an iterator and convenience methods exist to access the properties of each entry.
Math-Random-Xorshift is a Perl module that contains a straightforward implementation of the Xorshift PRNG algorithm proposed by G. Marsaglia in 2003. The algorithm is extremely fast and passes the Diehard test, though it is not reliable enough statistically. This module is useful for games and similar applications.
FontMapper is a font texture generator for game developers. It allows you to turn a font you have installed to a PNG texture of tightly packed glyphs, accompanied by a text file describing the glyphs' properties and texture coordinates. You can read these in a game to render fonts. FontMapper supports Unicode (although only the Basic Multilingual Plane, i.e. the 16-bit codepoints), and each glyph can have its own size, i.e. fonts are not necessarily monospaced. Currently, FontMapper is command-line only, although there might be a GUI frontend in the future.