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As mentioned by others before, turn off autocheck.

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use WWW::Mechanize; my $browser = WWW::Mechanize->new( stack_depth => 0, # Turn off memory consuming history timeout => 180, # Set timeout in seconds autocheck => 0, # Turn off autocheck, check errors m +anually ); $browser->agent_alias( 'Windows IE 6' ); my $url = 'https://foo.bar/page.html'; $browser->get($url); if ( $browser->success( ) ) { print "Okay: $url. ", $browser->response->status_line(), "\n"; } else { print "Error: $url. Reason: ", $browser->response->status_line(), +"\n"; }

Run the script with autocheck turned on (1) to reproduce your errormessage.

Hope this helps.
Thomas


In reply to Re: Crashing WWW:Mech test script if page not found by tomfahle
in thread Crashing WWW:Mech test script if page not found by talexb

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