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Kind monks, I just installed metaperl's HTML::Element::Library. Unfortunately it doesn't pass all tests on activestate, but it seems to pass at least some tests, for functionality that I need, so I am going to give it a try. I thought while I was at it I could hack at it as well.

Where I'm stuck now is nmake test gives lots of errors, and I can't scroll back to read the initial errors.

nmake test > output.txt doesn't work, and nmake test 2>output.txt doesn't work either.

What do I do?

PS, the specific functionality I will be using, if all goes well, is $element->siblings() and $element->sibdex(). Get all the html "sibling" tags at the same level in an html Treebuilder tree. Very cool. I think this is actually working for my install, so I can get the job done without hacking on the install, but I'd like to do that anyway.

In reply to How to get the output from make test into a text file? (HTML-Element-Library) by tphyahoo

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