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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use LWP::UserAgent; use HTTP::Request::Common; use HTTP::Cookies; use Data::Dumper; my $pm=''; my $cookie="$ENV{HOME}/.pmcookie"; my $ua=LWP::UserAgent->new || die "Couldn't init UserAgent: $!\n"; $ua->agent("autonode-update"); $ua->cookie_jar(HTTP::Cookies->new()); $ua->cookie_jar->load($cookie); my $title='pmchat'; my $category=' Related Scripts'; my $author='mr.nick @ (email:'; my $node='85317'; my $description; my $code; { $/=undef; open (IN,"<description") || die $!; $description=<IN>; open (IN,"<pmchat") || die $!; ## the '<'.'/code>' wackiness it to prevent PM from ## seeing the / code as a real tag :) $code='<code>'.<IN>.'<'.'/code>'; close IN; } my $r=$ua->request( POST ($pm,[ displaytype => 'edit', node_id => $node, sourcecode_title => $title, sourcecode_codecategory => $category, sourcecode_codeauthor => $author, sourcecode_codedescription => $description, sourcecode_doctext => $code, sexisgood => 'submit', ]) ); if ($r->{_rc} != 200) { print "Sorry, node update failed: $r->{_rc}/$r->{_msg}\n"; } else { print "$title has been udpated!\n"; }

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