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Re^2: Old version of LWP::Agent

by parser (Novice)
on Apr 27, 2012 at 03:48 UTC ( #967506=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Old version of LWP::Agent
in thread Old version of LWP::Agent

Pointing to the location of an intact version of LWP::Debug wouldn't appear to be intractable. Or are you being irascible?


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Re^3: Old version of LWP::Agent
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 27, 2012 at 03:59 UTC

    Pointing to the location of an intact version of LWP::Debug wouldn't appear to be intractable. Or are you being irascible?

    The new interface that LWP::Debug documents is much simpler/better way of doing things.

    Anyway, to find all the versions in the simplest possible way, even the BACKpan-ed ones, use https://metacpan.org/release/libwww-perl

    Or are you being irascible?

    No, but you're being very cryptic and rude

      Woah! I am certainly not attempting to be cryptic nor rude. My question seemed a perfectly natural one to ask. Perhaps I've been at the keyboard too long...

      I am puzzled by your statement that LWP::Debug has a new interface. The version that is bundled with WWW::Mechanize is basically empty.

      Can you please elaborate?

      Cheers

        Woah! I am certainly not attempting to be cryptic nor rude. My question seemed a perfectly natural one to ask. Perhaps I've been at the keyboard too long...

        Please mark your updates , thank you. See How do I change/delete my post?

        I am puzzled by your statement that LWP::Debug has a new interface. The version that is bundled with WWW::Mechanize is basically empty.

        Well WWW::Mechanize doesn't bundle LWP::Debug, but LWP::Debug isn't exactly empty, the documentation explains the new interface to use, and the old code is still there, unused by LWP itself. Read http://search.cpan.org/perldoc/LWP::UserAgent#Handlers If that works for you, great, otherwise you should use wireshark. There have been many updates and bug fixes to LWP, reverting to a very old version for the sake of old LWP::Debug interface doesn't seem worth it

      Thank you for the link to metacpan. I was not aware of that site. I found exactly what I was looking for.

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