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Depends on the nature of your application, you may want to consider mod_perl. LWP::UserAgent requires a new thread/process for each session in a multi-user environment. If your site is "hot", and may get many hits within a minute, LWP::UserAgent is absolutely not a choice.

Anyway, the following piece of code receives the response, and parse the header into a hash.
use IO::Socket::INET; use Data::Dumper; use strict; my $s = new IO::Socket::INET(Proto => "tcp", PeerAddr => "", PeerPort => 80) || die "failed to new socket\n"; print $s "GET HTTP/1.1\r\nHost:\r\n +\r\n"; my $response; while (<$s>) { chomp; if (m/^\s*$/) {last}; m/(.*?)[:| ]\s*(.*?)[\r|\n]/; $response->{$1} = $2; } close($s); print Dumper($response);

In reply to Re: create a HTTP::Response object from a raw buffer? by pg
in thread create a HTTP::Response object from a raw buffer? by edan

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