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i realize that some external modules might include some of the features i want, but i suspect it is more server-efficient to include that top_ancestor attribute than it would be to keep requesting parents until you find the root of the thread.

but that aside, node_id=37150 doesn't seem to work for me from LWP. it works from in my browser, but i'm trying to write it into a script, and it seems to not be working, and i can't find any better documentation on it than what i wrote above.

lwp-request '' # this works and gives me the newest nodes, as expected. lwp-request ' +21' # also works; jsut testing that lwp-request accepts an ampersand. lwp-request '' # gives me a big pile of perlmonks page. lwp-request '' # also gives me a big pile of perlmonks page lwp-request '' # gives me a newline. lwp-request ' +21' # also gives me a newline

ZZamboni, is there a trick to this node that you know and i don't?


update: ah, that's it! I thought I tested that, but apparently my browser decided to give me a cached copy. sleep well, vroom.


In reply to Re: request for another attribute of nodes in XML (node query, newest nodes, etc) by Vynce
in thread request for another attribute of nodes in XML (node query, newest nodes, etc) by Vynce

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