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This document contain some examples that show typical usage of the libwww-perl library. You should consult the documentation for the individual modules for more detail. All examples should be runnable programs. You can, in most cases, test the code sections by piping the program text directly to perl. It is very easy to use this library to just fetch documents from the net. You will probably first want to find a CPAN site closer to you by running something like the following command:.

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This document contain some examples that show typical usage of the libwww-perl library. You should consult the documentation for the individual modules for more detail. All examples should be runnable programs. You can, in most cases, test the code sections by piping the program text directly to perl. It is very easy to use this library to just fetch documents from the net. You will probably first want to find a CPAN site closer to you by running something like the following command:.

Enough of this simple stuff! The LWP object oriented interface gives you more control over the request sent to the server. Using this interface you have full control over headers sent and how you want to handle the response returned. The lwp-request program alias GET that is distributed with the library can also be used to fetch documents from WWW servers. If you just want to check if a document is present i. The head function really returns a list of meta-information about the document. The first three values of the list returned are the document type, the size of the document, and the age of the document.

More control over the request or access to all header values returned require that you use the object oriented interface described for GET above. There is no simple procedural interface for posting data to a WWW server. You must use the object oriented interface for this. The lwp-request program alias POST that is distributed with the library can also be used for posting data. Some sites use proxies to go through fire wall machines, or just as cache in order to improve performance. Proxies can also be used for accessing resources through protocols not supported directly or supported badly :- by the libwww-perl library.

You should be able to add the required header, with something like this:. Replace proxy. Study the lwp-request program for an example of this.

Some sites like to play games with cookies. By default LWP ignores cookies provided by the servers it visits. LWP will collect cookies and respond to cookie requests if you set up a cookie jar. SSL file found in the libwww-perl distribution for more details.

If you want to mirror documents from a WWW server, then try to run code similar to this at regular intervals:. If the document you want to fetch is too large to be kept in memory, then you have two alternatives. For more information on module installation please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide. Chat with us! GET It is very easy to use this library to just fetch documents from the net. HEAD If you just want to check if a document is present i.

To install lwpcook, simply copy and paste either of the commands in to your terminal cpanm cpanm lwpcook CPAN shell perl -MCPAN -e shell install lwpcook For more information on module installation please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide. CPAN Mirrors. Fork metacpan. Keyboard Shortcuts. Global s Focus search bar? Bring up this help dialog GitHub g p Go to pull requests g i go to github issues only if github is preferred repository.

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