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Commits on Jul 24, 2012
  1. Updating package for Perl 5 module WWW::Mechanize from CPAN in

    sno authored
    www/p5-WWW-Mechanize from 1.72 to 1.72nb1
    pkgsrc changes:
    - adjust dependencies from previous updates ...
  2. Updating package for Perl 5 module WWW::Mechanize from CPAN in

    sno authored
    www/p5-WWW-Mechanize from 1.71 to 1.72.
    pkgsrc changes:
    - adjust dependencies
    - update some required modules first (and hopefully don't introduced
      circular dependencies)
    Upstream changes:
    1.72        Thu Feb  2 18:37:28 EST 2012
    Bumped the HTML::Form dependency to fix failures on CentOS 5
Commits on Jan 22, 2012
  1. Updated www/p5-WWW-Mechanize to 1.71

    abs authored
    1.71        Tue Nov 14 13:50:41 EDT 2011
    Recognise application/xhtml+xml as HTML.
    Improved docs about support of JavaScript
    Typo fixes.
    Updated tests as is in utf-8 now
Commits on Oct 10, 2011
  1. Update p5-WWW-Mechanize to 1.70.

    hiramatsu authored
    Changes from previous:
    1.70        Fri Aug 26 13:46:30 EDT 2011
    Mech now defaults to _not_ running live tests by default.
    You can still enable them by running "perl Makefile.PL --live"
    Thanks to RJBS for the suggestion
    The test suite for the local tests was updated
Commits on Aug 23, 2011
  1. Updated www/p5-WWW-Mechanize to 1.68

    abs authored
    1.68        Fri Apr 22 01:10:40 EST 2011
    No changes from 1.67_01
    As of this release, Jesse Vincent has taken over maintenance of
    WWW-Mechanize.  The project's repository can be found at:

    Added prereq for HTML::TreeBuilder.
Commits on Aug 14, 2011
  1. Revision bump after updating perl5 to 5.14.1.

    obache authored
Commits on Sep 12, 2010
  1. Update to 1.66:

    wiz authored
    1.66        Fri Sep 10 16:25:44 CDT 2010
    Fixed prerequisites on HTTP::Server::Simple on Windows.
    DNS checks in t/autocheck.t and t/local/failure.t improved.  Thanks,
    New $mech->text method returns the text from your HTML page.  The
    exact rendering of this text is simply removing all the HTML
    tags, but this will change. It's pretty ugly.  If anyone wants to
    work on a better-looking text dump, I'd love to see it.
    Added mech-dump --text.
    Improvements to the docs explaining explicitly about the subclassed
    methods we inherit from LWP::UserAgent.  Thanks, Lyle Hopkins!
Commits on Aug 21, 2010
  1. Bump the PKGREVISION for all packages which depend directly on perl,

    seb authored
    to trigger/signal a rebuild for the transition 5.10.1 -> 5.12.1.
    The list of packages is computed by finding all packages which end
    up having either of PERL5_USE_PACKLIST, BUILDLINK_API_DEPENDS.perl,
    or PERL5_PACKLIST defined in their make setup (tested via
    "make show-vars VARNAMES=..."), minus the packages updated after
    the perl package update.
    sno@ was right after all, obache@ kindly asked and he@ led the
    way. Thanks!
Commits on Jul 14, 2010
  1. Update p5-WWW-Mechanize from version 1.62 to version 1.64.

    seb authored
    Upstream changes:
    1.64        Thu Jul  1 10:41:00 CDT 2010
    If you've been accessing $mech->{forms} or $mech->{form} values
    directly, instead of going through the $mech->forms or $mech->current_form
    accessors, respectively, then this version of Mech will break your
    Parsing of forms has been delayed until they're actually needed.
    If don't use forms on a page, you'll no longer waste time and memory
    parsing them.
    $mech->title now caches the title of the page after parsing the
    page to find it.
    mech-dump now takes a --cookie-file parameter for keeping cookies
    between calls.
    Typo fixes.
Commits on Apr 18, 2010
  1. Update p5-WWW-Mechanize from version 1.60 to version 1.62.

    seb authored
    Upstream changes:
    NEXT        Sat Apr 10 23:10:07 CDT 2010
    Fixed a declaration in the Movable Type example in
    Quiet warnings if %ENV has undef values.
    $mech->follow_link() no longer dies with an inappropriate error if
    the link is not found.
    $mech->click_button() now checks to see if a form is selected.
    $mech->form_name() and $mech->form_number() no longer throw warnings
    if they can't find the form specified.  They still return undef,
    More additions to the FAQ.
Commits on Aug 19, 2009
  1. Updating package www/p5-WWW-Mechanize from 1.58 to 1.60

    sno authored
    Upstream changes:
    1.60        Mon Aug 17 00:41:39 CDT 2009
    No new features.  Exists only to skip tests that always fail on
    Fixed up some minor documentation problems.
Commits on Jul 19, 2009
  1. pkgsrc changes:

    sno authored
      - Updating package for p5 module WWW::Mechanize from 1.54 to 1.58
      - Adjusting license and dependencies according to META.yml and Makefile.PL
    Upstream changes:
    1.58        Mon Jul 13 22:32:23 CDT 2009
    No new features.  If you have 1.56 installed OK, you do NOT need
    to install 1.58.
    Removed prereq of HTTP::Response::Encoding, even though it was never
    used.  Thanks for the catch, Gisle.
    1.56        Thu Jul  9 00:36:54 CDT 2009
    For a while, Mech used HTTP::Response::Encoding to try to suss out
    the proper encoding of the page it receives.  Now, it lets
    LWP::UserAgent do the work, and no longer requires
    Added a new dump_headers() method to dump the HTTP response headers.
    Added --headers flag to mech-dump to dump the HTTP response headers.
    Now requires LWP version 5.829 because HTTP::Response has memory
    cycle bugs.
    Added a few notes to the FAQ, and fixed some incorrect docs.
    1.55_01     Mon Jul  6 12:17:10 CDT 2009
    This is mostly a bug fix release.  There will be a number of other
    bug fix releases in the next few days.
    New test server now randomizes the port it runs on.
    t/cookies.t should not hang on Windows any more.
    META.yml has been updated so the links should be
    Passing no_proxy would make LWP::UserAgent barf.  Thanks to Mike
    Schilli for the fix.
    Cookies test would fail under Windows.  Fixed, thanks to many people
    reporting it.
    $mech->submit_form() now can specify the form by ID using the form_id
    The docs used to say that ->stack_depth(0) was an infinite stack
    size.  This is wrong.  Zero will tell Mech not to keep any history.
Commits on May 1, 2009
  1. PkgSrc changes:

    sno authored
      - Updating package for p5 module of WWW::Mechanize from 1.52 to 1.54
      - Adding some test dependencies
      - Setting license to gnu-gpl-v2
    Upstream changes:
    1.54        Mon Jan 12 00:36:08 CST 2009
    Removed the computers4sure test that was failing.
Commits on Dec 16, 2008
  1. Update from version 1.34nb1 to 1.52.

    he authored
    Pkgsrc changes:
     o Changed MAINTAINER to pkgsrc-users@, hope that's ok
     o Adjusted dependencies according to new requirements
    Upstream changes:
    1.52        Tue Nov 25 09:52:30 CST 2008
    Improved some error messages in $mech->submit_form().  Thanks to
    Norbert Buchmuller.
    1.51_03     Thu Nov 20 11:05:49 CST 2008
    The $mech->clone() method was not passing the cookie jar to its
    clone properly.  Thanks to David Sainty.
    The $mech->back() can fail if there's nothing on the stack to go
    back to.  Thanks to Dave Page.
    $mech->follow_link() did not complain if a link could not be found,
    even with autocheck on.  Now it does.  Thanks, Flavio Poletti.
    Added a $mech->form_id() method so you can look up forms by ID.
    Added $mech->content_type(), because $mech->ct() is too cryptic.
    1.51_02     Tue Nov 18 01:30:54 CST 2008
    t/local/click_button.t is still failing its tests for calling ->click
    on an HTML::Form object.  I suspect this is an LWP change, but I
    haven't dug into it enough yet.
    Fixed the bad credentials API that stomped on LWP::UserAgent's
    credentials() method.  Thanks to Max Maschien and Matt Lawrence.
    The $mech->links method now finds <link href="..."> links. Thanks
    to H.Merijn Brand.
    Makefile.PL explicitly requires Perl 5.8.0. has to be version 1.36 or else URIs don't get encoded
    LWP has to be 5.819 or we have encoding problems.
    1.51_01     Thu Nov  6 15:13:03 CST 2008
    Page history is now working much better.  The $mech->back() method
    should behave more like a browser now.  Most notably, it no longer
    restores the cookie state, just like your browser doesn't restore
    cookie state when you page back.  It also should use much less
    1.50        Sun Sun Oct 26 22:42:46 CDT 2008
    WWW::Mechanize now requires version 5.815 of LWP.  This in itself
    may cause problems for you because of changes in how LWP does
    1.49_01     Sat Sep 27 23:50:04 CDT 2008
    The autocheck argument to the constructor is now ON by default,
    unless WWW::Mechanize is being subclassed.  There are so many new
    programmers whose ->get() calls fail unchecked that I'm now putting
    on the seat belts for them.
    I do believe we are on the way to having all the encoding problems
    ironed out.  This version incorporates a patch from here:
    and tests from Miyagawa's WWW::Mechanize::DecodedContent
    to finally fix this.
    You can now specify not to set up the proxy, if there is one.  The
    proxy causes problems for Crypt::SSLeay.  For details see:
    Fixed internal links.
    Lots of refactoring based on Schwern's "Skimmable Code" talk.
Commits on Oct 19, 2008
  1. Bump the PKGREVISION for all packages which depend directly on perl,

    he authored
    to trigger/signal a rebuild for the transition 5.8.8 -> 5.10.0.
    The list of packages is computed by finding all packages which end
    up having either of PERL5_USE_PACKLIST, BUILDLINK_API_DEPENDS.perl,
    or PERL5_PACKLIST defined in their make setup (tested via
    "make show-vars VARNAMES=...").
Commits on Apr 8, 2008
  1. Update p5-WWW-Mechanize from 1.30 to 1.34

    abs authored
    1.34        Mon Dec 10 00:30:39 CST 2007
    Many fixes to make the test suite more portable.
    1.32        Tue Oct 30 12:02:17 CDT 2007
    Added dump methods to mirror mech-dump:
    * $mech->dump_images()
    * $mech->dump_links()
    * $mech->dump_forms()
    * $mech->dump_all()
    Sanity checks in the WWW::Mechanize::Image constructor.  Every Image
    must have a "url" and "tag" field passed in to it.
    1.31_02     Thu Oct 25 11:48:29 CDT 2007
    Added class, class_regex, id and id_regex limiters to find_link()
    and find_all_links().  Thanks to Adriano Ferreira.
    1.31_01     Mon Sep 17 23:38:03 CDT 2007
    Mech tests now pass even if your DNS server gives A records for
    anything (like OpenDNS).  Thanks, Miyagawa!
    Searching for the <base href> is now case-inensitive.  A better
    solution would be to actually parse the HTML.
    mech-dump now handles --user and --password arguments for sites
    that require authentication.
Commits on Oct 25, 2007
  1. Remove empty PLISTs from pkgsrc since revision 1.33 of plist/

    jlam authored
    can handle packages having no PLIST files.
Commits on Jul 1, 2007
  1. Update to version 1.30 by maintainer Dieter Roelants.

    heinz authored
    Changes since version 1.24
    1.30        Thu May 24 21:31:10 CDT 2007
    *   Minor doc fixes.  Thanks David Steinbrunner.
    1.29_01     Tue May 22 14:02:55 CDT 2007
    Kevin Falcone and I ask for your assistance in figuring out how to
    handle the warnings thrown by the tests, other than hiding them.
    *   Overhauled how tainting was done.  Stole code directly from
    *   Have LWP only handle decoding of Content-Encoding, not charset.
    *   Fixed the docs for $mech->submit_form()'s with_fields arg.
        Thanks, Peteris Krumins.
    1.26        Wed May 16 14:21:29 CDT 2007
    *   Re-reversed the content decoding.  This is critical for reading from
        sites with gzip on the fly, like Wikipedia.
    *   Content is now properly tainted.
    *   mech-dump can now pass --agent and --agent-alias flags so you can
        fetch from sites like Wikipedia that block LWP user agents.
    *   The mech-dump program is now always installed.  It no longer is
        presented as an option.
Commits on Jun 8, 2007
  1. Update to 1.24:

    wiz authored
    1.24        Fri May 11 15:57:56 CDT 2007
    *   Fixed failures in "make test" with some versions of HTTP::Server::Simple
    *   RT #26593: Improved handling of charsets.  Thanks Kevin Falcone.
    *   RT #24354: find_link now handles http-equivs with quoted URLs.
    *   Reverses the change in 1.21_01 where it decodes the content.
    *   Added find_all_inputs() and find_all_submits() methods.  Thanks,
        Mike O'Regan.
    *   Test::LongString is no longer needed, so has been removed as a
    *   Added a test for save_content()
Commits on Mar 10, 2007
  1. Update to 1.22:

    wiz authored
    1.22        Fri Mar  2 00:05:57 CST 2007
    Added new tests.
    Added Perl::Critic changes and a perlcriticrc file.
    1.21_04     Sat Oct  7 21:35:42 CDT 2006
    *   $mech->content( type => 'text' ) was not freeing memory.  Thanks to
        Cat Okita for finding it.
    *   Made the order of parms to $mech->content() not relevant.
    1.21_03     Sat Oct  7 01:21:46 CDT 2006
    *   The methods $mech->form() and $mech->follow() have been removed.
        They've been deprecated since 1.10, which was released in Feb 2005.
    *   I'm trying to nail down what seems to be a memory leak on long-running
        Mech programs.  I'm stringifying URI::URL objects wherever I can.
    *   No longer uses UNIVERSAL.
    1.21_02     Wed Oct  4 13:14:30 CDT 2006
    *   The $mech->stack_depth() setting had no way to say "don't cache any
        pages at all".  How silly!
        Now, if you set $mech->stack_depth(0), no history of pages will be kept.
        In the past, it would mean "Keep all pages."  This means that if you want
        to set it to keep all pages, set it to some ridiculously large number.
    *   The docs previously refered to Compress::Gzip instead of Compress::Zlib.
    1.21_01 Mon Sep 18 17:18:43 CDT 2006
    *   If Compress::Zlib is installed, gzipped content is now
        accepted and transparently decoded. No additional syntax needed!
        This should save time and bandwidth in a number of cases.
        (Mark Stosberg)
    *   Added a put() method.  It also calls a subfunction called
        _SUPER_put that will be removed once LWP::UserAgent supports put().
Commits on Feb 18, 2007
  1. Update to 1.20:

    wiz authored
            * Added new two-argument form of credentials() method.
              $mech->credentials($username, $password);
              That provides simpler visiting of password-protected
              resources in the vast majority of cases and still
              allows the other cases to be supported. (Peter Scott)
            [BUG FIXES]
            * autocheck no longer is triggered when informational
              responses are returned. (Mark Stosberg)
            * test suite no longer fails when Test::Warn is missing.
              (CPAN testers, Mark Stosberg)
            * Removed all the testing against live sites. The networking
              code is not actually in Mech anway, and they were prone to
              breaking, as the live sites changed. (Mark Stosberg)
    1.19_02 Mon Aug  7 23:57:56 CDT 2006
            * Add new Do-What-I-Mean submit_form() option.
                    with_fields => \%data
             That expresses that you want to select the first form contains all
             fields in \%data, and then submit the data to that form. See the docs
             for form_with_fields() and submit_form() for details.
             (Mark Stosberg, inspired by RT#6100)
            [BUG FIXES]
            * The behavior of clone() now copies over the cookie jar, which
              is probably what you expected it did in the first place.
              This fixes bug RT#13541 filed against Test::WWW::Mechanize,
              which was using clone() internally. (Mark Stosberg)
            * The correct URL is returned after redirecting. This a regression
              from 1.04 and was reported as RT#9059, RT#12882, and RT#12786.
              The documentation about this has also been clarified that we
              return a URI object, but that it stringifies to the URI itself.
            * Fixed a misleading parm in the constructor.
            * Document the return value of set_visible (RT#6071, MJD,
              Mark Stosberg)
            * Document that form_name and form_number return an HTML::Form
              object (Mark Stosberg)
            * Made lots of little cleanups based on Perl::Critic
            * Fix Taint-mode warnings with Perl 5.6.1 (RT#16945)
Commits on Feb 26, 2006
  1. Update to 1.18:

    wiz authored
    1.18    Thu Feb  2 00:11:26 CST 2006
            * Makefile.PL now takes four new parms:
                * --live/nolive turns on/off the live tests
                * --local/nolocal turns on/off the local tests
                * --mech-dump/nomech-dump installs/doesn't the mech-dump program
                * --all turns on all tests and installs mech-dump
            * Fixed some failures in tests.  Non-existent URLs now have a
              "." postpended to them, so if someone's got a search domain
              with a wildcard (i.e. it'll ignore that.  Also,
              Google's second link is now a https:// link, which some Mechs
              can't handle.  Added a 'url_regex' which now makes it look at
              the second non-https link.  Thanks to Pete Krawczyk.
Commits on Nov 23, 2005
  1. Update to 1.16:

    wiz authored
    1.16    Fri Oct 28 17:34:20 CDT 2005
            * Sped up Mech significantly (~20% in some cases).  Images and
              links are extracted from the HTML, and objects are created,
              only when they're actually needed.  This will be a speedup for
              pages where you're only following links, or vice versa.
            * If you've been relying on the $mech->{images} and $mech->{links}
              fields being populated so that you can bypass the $mech->images()
              and $mech->links() accessors, your code will break.  That's OK,
              because you should have been using the accessors all along.
    1.14    Tue Aug 30 17:17:40 CDT 2005
            * Added lots of new FAQs.  Thanks to Peter Stevens.
            * Now requires Test::LongString.  That's not too odious.
            * Tests now pass with the shuffling around that Google did.
    1.13_01 Tue Apr 12 14:11:18 CDT 2005
            * Now dies if you call submit_form() with a non-existsing
              form_number or form_name.  Before, it would just warn.
            * Added an example of using credentials() in the cookbook.
Commits on Aug 6, 2005
  1. Bump the PKGREVISIONs of all (638) packages that hardcode the locations

    jlam authored
    of Perl files to deal with the perl-5.8.7 update that moved all
    pkgsrc-installed Perl files into the "vendor" directories.
Commits on Jul 13, 2005
  1. Turn PERL5_PACKLIST into a relative path instead of an absolute path.

    jlam authored
    These paths are now relative to PERL5_PACKLIST_DIR, which currently
    defaults to ${PERL5_SITEARCH}.  There is no change to the binary
Commits on Apr 11, 2005
Commits on Feb 26, 2005
  1. Update to 1.12:

    wiz authored
    1.12    Thu Feb 24 23:38:44 CST 2005
            * Fixed RT #9026: hang in t/local/back.t under Windows XP.
              Thanks Andrew Savige.  It also should no longer complain
              about being unable to clean up a temp file.
    1.11_01 Mon Feb 14 00:12:48 CST 2005
            * Removed deprecated _parse_html() method.
            * Was incorrectly looking for INPUT tags TYPE="SUBMIT" as images.
              Thanks to Abe Timmerman.
            * Calling $mech->set_fields() with no current form now dies.
              Thanks to Julien Beasley.
Commits on Feb 24, 2005
  1. Add RMD160 checksums.

    wiz authored
Commits on Feb 19, 2005
  1. Update to 1.10:

    wiz authored
            * Fixed bug where images inside of links would not be found.
            * Fixed test failures because of Google changes.  Thanks to
              Offer Kaye and others who sent in patches.
            * More samples in the FAQ.  Thanks to Joshua Gatcomb.
            * Added explanation of running live tests against Google in Makefile.PL.
    1.08    Fri Dec 24 01:01:06 CST 2004
            * Added find_image() and find_all_images().
    1.06    Wed Dec  8 14:58:39 CST 2004
            * Now uses the base pragma instead of setting @ISA.
    1.05_04 Fri Nov  5 23:35:38 CST 2004
            * Added WWW::Mechanize::Image object for representing images.
            * Improved the regex on the URL for META tags.
            * Added --images flag to mech-dump.
            * When parsing urls out of meta refresh tags, "url" may now be
              uppercase (RT#8230)
            * Behavior of back() fixed in a number of cases (RT#8109  reported by
              Josh Purinton, patched by Dominique Quatravaux)
            * Mark figured out to how to prevent his text editor from putting tabs
              into the code. Andy's blood pressure dropped slightly.
    1.05_03 Sun Oct 31 20:54:33 CST 2004
            * click_button() has a new input option for HTML::Form::SubmitInput
              objects (DOMQ)
            * content() has new options to return the page formatted
              as text, with a <base href> added. (RT#8087, patch by
              Dominique Quatravaux)
            * update_html() method has been added, which can be used
              to modify the HTML that Mech parses. It should be sub-classed
              instead of _parse_html(), which has been deprecated.
              (RT#8087, patch by Dominique Quatravaux)
            * select() has new option to select an option by number
              (RT#5789, Scott Lanning)
            * WWW::Mechanize::Link now has support providing all the
              attributes of the link through a new attrs() method, which
              returns them as a hashref. This is a replacement for the
              alt() method, added in 1.05_01. It's not backwards
              compatible with that, but, hey, that's what developer
              releases are for. (RT#8092, Rob Casey and Mark Stosberg)
            * Upload <input type="file" ... > does not use the default
              value to prevent attacks, patch by Jan Pazdziora (RT #7843).
            * Improved tests and documentation for select() (RT#5789,
              Scott Lanning)
            * Improve taint-safeness on Perl 5.6.1 (RT#8042, patch by
              Dominique Quatravaux)
            * Added tests for click_button() (RT#8061, by Dominique
            * Require URI 1.25, fixing bug which exposed itself in
              WWW::Mechanize (RT#3048)
            * Move select() to better location in docs. Document and
              test the return values.  The return value is now "1" on
              success instead of the undocumented behavior of returning
              a form value. (RT#6138, spotted by MJD, patched by Mark
            * Possible matching tags for the find_link() 'tag_regex'
              attribute are now documented. (RT#2989, by Mark Stosberg)
            * refactored find_link() to avoid use of eval(). This should
              improve performance a bit and avoid potential security
              issues. (Mark Stosberg)
    1.05_02 Sat Oct  2 16:55:59 CDT 2004
            * Added the $mech->save_content( $filename ) function, so you
              can dump stuff to files easily.
    1.05_01 Thu Sep 30 21:04:44 CDT 2004
            * set_visible() doesn't stop setting values when it finds a zero.
            * WWW::Mechanize::Link has a new, easier to remember constructor
              interface. The old one is still supported. Support for including
              an 'alt' attribute was added, which is useful for <area> links.
              (RT #3317). Thanks to Mark Stosberg.
            * When links are extracted from <area> tags, the ALT attribute will
              be captured and become part of the WWW::Mechanize::Link object.
              (RT #3317). Patch by Mark Stosberg.
            * t/mech-dump.t is now more portable (RT #7690)
            * t/local/follow.t has new tests to confirm that 'follow*' functions
              work with characters like o-umlaut, even when the o-umlaut is
              encoded in the HTML, but not in the call to follow(). (RT #2416)
              By Mark Stosberg.
Commits on Dec 20, 2004
  1. since perl is now built with threads on most platforms, the perl archlib

    grant authored
    module directory has changed (eg. "darwin-2level" vs.
    binary packages of perl modules need to be distinguishable between
    being built against threaded perl and unthreaded perl, so bump the
    PKGREVISION of all perl module packages and introduce
    BUILDLINK_RECOMMENDED for perl as perl>=5.8.5nb5 so the correct
    dependencies are registered and the binary packages are distinct.
    addresses PR pkg/28619 from H. Todd Fujinaka.
Commits on Dec 15, 2004
  1. Update to 1.04, provided by Dieter Roelants in PR 28554.

    wiz authored
    Changes since 1.02:
            * $mech->get() now accepts a WWW::Mechanize::Link object.
            * $mech->stack_depth(n) lets you set the depth of the mech
              object's page stack.  This way, if you have a Mech that does
              lots of stuff and never/rarely goes back(), you won't be eating
              up memory.  Thanks to BooK and Chi-Fung. (RT #5362)
            * Fixed tests that fail under LWP >= 5.800.
            * Added a workaround for LWP::UserAgent->clone() when ->{proxy}
              is undef. (RT #6443)
            * The Referer was getting passed as a URI object sometimes,
              and that caused sadness.  Eugene Haimov supplied a workaround.
              (RT #6372)
            * Added Ian Langworth's listmod and John Beppu's photobucket
              uploader programs to WWW::Mechanize::Examples.
            * Minor doc tweak for find_link()
            * Finally added a value() func.  Thanks to Spoon,
              who even now, months after his passing, is still contributing
              to Mechanize.
Commits on Apr 16, 2004
  1. Import p5-WWW-Mechanize from pkgsrc-wip. Packaged by dieter Roelants.

    minskim authored
    "WWW::Mechanize", or Mech for short, helps you automate interaction
    with a website. It supports performing a sequence of page fetches
    including following links and submitting forms. Each fetched page
    is parsed and its links and forms are extracted. A link or a form
    can be selected, form fields can be filled and the next page can
    be fetched. Mech also stores a history of the URLs you've visited,
    which can be queried and revisited.
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