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WWW::Scripter, version 0.032 (alpha)

For scripting web sites that have scripts

This is a subclass of WWW::Mechanize that uses the W3C DOM and pro-
vides scripting support.


RECENT CHANGES

See the Changes file for the long version.

0.032
-----
• Minor documentation fixes,  with thanks to Jim Keenan  [rt.cpan.org
  #89070].
• Links to fragments on data URL pages now work.

0.031
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WWW::Scripter no longer fails to load if a sub named ‘::’ exists.

0.030
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• The "content"  method no longer  fails when  "dom_enabled" has been
  unset [rt.cpan.org #84639].
• The "content"  method  now returns  the  correct content  when  the
  request chain  contains  both  server-  and  client-side  redirects
  [rt.cpan.org #84472].


INSTALLATION

The easiest way to install this module is to use the CPAN module or
the cpan script:

    [sudo] perl -MCPAN -e "install WWW::Scripter"

    [sudo] cpan WWW::Scripter

Or you can use the following:

    perl Makefile.PL
    make
    make test
    [sudo] make install


PREREQUISITES

This module requires  perl  5.8.3 or higher (5.8.4  or  higher  recom-
mended)  and the following modules,  which can be found on the  CPAN:

  HTML::DOM 0.053 or higher
  LWP 5.77 or higher
  URI
  WWW::Mechanize 1.2 or higher

If you are using perl 5.8.x, you will also need:

  Tie::RefHash::Weak 0.08

DOCUMENTATION

After installing, you can find documentation for these modules with
the perldoc command.

    perldoc WWW::Scripter

Or try using man (it's faster, in my experience):

    man WWW::Scripter


COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE

Copyright (C) 2009-16 Father Chrysostomos

This program is free software; you may redistribute it, modify it, or
both, under the same terms as perl.
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