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Re^2: Getting all Headers

by naikonta (Curate)
on Feb 08, 2008 at 00:21 UTC ( #666885=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Getting all Headers
in thread Getting all Headers

I use LWP::UserAgent version 2.036 from distribution libwww-perl-5.808. The method progress was added since libwww-perl-5.806. Upgrade your version and try again. I wonder however my code runs at all with libwww-perl-5.805 (that included LWP::UA 2.033 which didn't provide method progress yet).

Update: How stupid of me. My code runs with LWP::UA 2.033 because the method progress isn't called at all


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Re^3: Getting all Headers
by Yappo (Novice) on Feb 09, 2008 at 19:27 UTC
    Thanks.
    I upgraded and succeeded to make this work, unfortunately this method does not bring the result I need using headers_as_string.
    I will give you an example:
    http://www.clipfish.de/player.php?videoid=MzkyOTN8OTA%3D
    has a video inside.
    There is no direct link to this video in the HTML source, the location will only be sent within the headers.
    Using LWP::UserAgent with method progress does not bring this URL which is as follows (from LiveHTTPheaders-log, snippet from header):
    http://pg1.clipfish.de/media/96/4efec90e3f12d631b4f5b490db152596.flv GET /media/96/4efec90e3f12d631b4f5b490db152596.flv HTTP/1.1 Host: pg1.clipfish.de ...
    Would it be possible to get the "host"-information and URL of the video from the headers using LWP or do I have to use another module or method?

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