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in thread Building a Spidering Application

You don't need URI::ImpliedBase. WWW::Mechanize::Link objects that Mech uses/returns have a method, url_abs, to cover this. Of course then it's up to the spider to decide if query params are relevant or duplicates or no-ops and, in the hacky world of HTML4.9, if fragments are meaningful (but only JS aware Mech would be able to care here).

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Re^4: Building a Spidering Application
by pemungkah (Priest) on Jul 09, 2012 at 16:17 UTC
    Thanks! I didn't know about that one. Last time I wrote a spider was maybe six years ago, and as I recall it wasn't there then - though I may have just missed it at the time. Handy for LWP folks still, I guess.

      I'm pretty sure you're right about it not being there at that time.