If I'm not mistaken, you can drop the LWP::Simple
from this program entirely. Instead of calling parse_html_string
with the output of get
on the URL, pass the URL directly to html_file
, as I illustrate (somewhat obscured) in "Get O'Reilly's top 25 into Template Toolkit
". The XML::LibXML
engine can fetch URLs directly, because it's needed to validate DTDs.
-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
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