Config::General is widely used all over the world. Here are some examples:
gmmusic is a music collection management system written in perl which uses Config::General to store its configuration.
the module is recommended on various mailinglists.
Symposium, a talk tool uses Config::General for storing its config too.
photopub, a image publication software written in perl.
Config::General is listed on the P5EE (Perl 5 Enterprise Environment) Component List.
The latest version (CVS version) of the W3C Markup Validator uses Config::General for parsing its config files.
Limacute is a web interface for mailserver configuration and uses Config::General as config file parsing backend (via Limacute::Config::File).
The LVS kiss project uses Config::General for config file parsing.
The penguin greetings(ecard engine) is using Config::General.
And a funny mention on the mailing list of MDLUG(Metro Detroit Linux Users Group): perl rocks :-)
nabou, a host intrusion detection system written in perl uses Config::General for its complicated configuration. nabou is the "parent" project of Config::General, which has been outsourced sometime ago of nabou.
Config::General is also in use by other perl modules:
POEST perl SMTP server using Config::General in POEST::Config::General.
Data::Serializer has several backends, one of them is Config::General, accessible via Data::Serializer::Config::General.
The PerlMx::Samples::BlackList module implements a SPAM filter and requires Config::General.
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