- If you want the contents in a file, use getstore instead of get and writing it out yourself:
perl -MLWP::Simple -e'getstore("file:/cpan/authors/id/P/PM/PMQS/Compre
+ss-Raw-Zlib-2.060.tar.gz", "Compress-Raw-Zlib-2.060.tar.gz" )'
- Patch your copy of LWP::Simple with a new method (say: getRaw() ) that returns the content rather than the decoded content::
sub getRaw ($)
my $response = $ua->get(shift);
## return $response->decoded_content if $response->is_success;
return $response->content if $response->is_success;
- use lwp-download [-a] <url> [<local path>]:
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