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Re^2: Where is LWP::Simple::get error information stored?

by ajam (Acolyte)
on Sep 28, 2012 at 01:29 UTC ( #996095=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Where is LWP::Simple::get error information stored?
in thread Where is LWP::Simple::get error information stored?

Thanks for the explanation and an example work around. For the sake of maintainability though I think I will avoid using this crafty method.


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Re^3: Where is LWP::Simple::get error information stored?
by BrowserUk (Pope) on Sep 28, 2012 at 18:31 UTC
    For the sake of maintainability though I think I will avoid using this crafty method.

    It is not at all clear to me why you think it need be a maintenance problem. Just wrap it over in a function something like:

    sub getWithStatus { my $url = shift; my $content; open my $RAM, '>', \$content; my $stdoutsaved = select; select *$RAM; my $status = getprint( $url ); select $stdoutsaved; close $RAM; return $status, $content; } ... my( $status, $content ) = getWithStatus( $url ); if( $status ne RC_OK ) { die "Get $url failed with HTTP status: $status"; } ...

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      Good point.

      For some reason I envisioned just pasting that inline. Obviously it is appropiate to put in a function.

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