If you had read the Documentation
(which was pointed out to you by chargrill
in the first reply
to this thread) you would see that you have $m->http_proxy
rather than $m->proxy
. Again, if you are not sure about something why not read the documentation, it does not take that long does it?
As a side note you can also use can
to find out if a Method exists within an invocant:
my $mech = WWW::Mechanize->new();
print "Mech can http_proxy\n";
print "Mech can't http_proxy\n";
print "Mech can proxy\n";
print "Mech can't proxy\n";
Hope this helps
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