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Finally using manual methods suggested I was able to build WWW::Mechanize::Firefox on Win32 to the extent that 'use WWW::Mechanize::Firefox;' in and out of itself does not cause an error.

However the object itself can not be created:

use WWW::Mechanize::Firefox; open STDERR,'>>out.txt'; my $mech = WWW::Mechanize::Firefox->new(); ########################## output: Failed to connect to , problem connecting to "localhost", port 4242: N +em hozható létre kapcsolat, mert a célszámítógép már visszautasította + a kapcsolatot. at C:/strawberry/perl/site/lib/MozRepl/ line + 144
The languge of my op. system is not english so the error message rougly means: 'connection failed because the destination computer refused to establish connection'. This message popped up during the build many times by the way. Note I've installed the necessary plugin for Firefox (mozrepl) and Firefox was running when I've received this message (I switched off the firewall but to no avail).

Any thoughts on that?

In reply to Re^5: fetching and storing data from web. by chessgui
in thread fetching and storing data from web. by nicolethomson

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