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Re: Mimicing browser with LWP

by Anonymous Monk
on Jun 04, 2002 at 18:01 UTC ( #171586=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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in thread Mimicing browser with LWP

When I ran it in netscape, I disabled javascript so that I could leave the keywords field blank.

Anyway, adding keywords with LWP doesn't help any:

When I use category Information Technology, and keyword programmer, netscape gives 75 matches, but with LWP it still says, "You must specify some information to search on."


I guess your idea of writing a debugging proxy is probably what I'll need to figure this out. Do you have it? I could write my own, I guess, but it's nice to recycle :)


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Re: Mimicing browser with LWP
by Abigail-II (Bishop) on Jun 05, 2002 at 09:22 UTC
    I guess your idea of writing a debugging proxy is probably what I'll need to figure this out. Do you have it? I could write my own, I guess, but it's nice to recycle :)

    If I still have it somewhere (which I doubt), it's on a tape for which I currently don't have a drive to read.

    Abigail

(MeowChow) Re2: Mimicing browser with LWP
by MeowChow (Vicar) on Jun 05, 2002 at 09:50 UTC
    I prefer to use an ethernet sniffer for network protocol debugging. Look into tcpdump, which is free. There are also some very expensive but very good windows sniffers available. Iris is a particularly sexy one which comes to mind.
       MeowChow                                   
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