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Possibly IO::Lambda would be able to help you. One needs to invest in learning the syntax though.
use strict; use HTTP::Request; use IO::Lambda qw(:lambda); use IO::Lambda::HTTP qw(http_request); lambda { for my $url ( '', '', '', ) { context( HTTP::Request-> new(GET => $url), # list of possible options: # # async_dns => 1, # auth => 'Basic', username => 'A', password => 'B +', # conn_cache => shared LWP::ConnCache instance # keep_alive => 1, # proxy => [ '', 8080 ], # timeout => 60, # max_redirect => 100, ); http_request { my $res = shift; if ( ref($res) and ref($res) eq 'HTTP::Response') { print "$url: ", length($res-> content), " bytes\n"; } else { print "$url: error :$res\n"; } } } }-> wait;

In reply to Re: Parallel LWP usage by dk
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