Any information on Scrappy Module. I just use that module and found results for some of the sites. But mostly it may not be work for some kind of tags in the content. So, help me in scrappy module. Any latest news also update.
Thanks Sankar G.
Dear Sankar, maybe translate.google.com can help you to ask a question effectively, by providing a better translation (maybe).
How do I post a question effectively? explains how to make your question easy for us to understand (code, input, actual output, wanted output, how its different).
Since Scrappy is based on Web::Scraper/xpath, I would start with Web::Scraper (esp examples in http://search.cpan.org/dist/Web-Scraper/MANIFEST ), and Re: Help With Online Table Scraper, Re^2: Help With Online Table Scraper
Then I would generate a sample application using
scrappy and read the source
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