is a Free shopping
cart written in Perl, for use with MySql. I've never used
it, but I recommend it highly on the strength of its cute
Application Cookbook contains a sample shopping cart
application. You may download it
Please don't ask me how I know this.
I was able to find
which turns out to be a Shopping Cart written in Perl.
It's hosted by ARPAnet.com. Apparently
the folks who
founded the internet have found a more lucrative
alternative to bake sales.
I have no experience with any of these. Good luck.
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