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Journal of chaoticset (2105)

Thursday April 15, 2004
08:21 AM


[ #18342 ]
I can't seem to get Mech to work right just yet, but I think I can fix whatever I did wrong. I fell in love with the interface reading the docs, and I really want it now.

It seems to not be finding LWP at all, which is bizarre. Off to Google...

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  • So it's just an install problem? If you have LWP in there OK, it shouldn't be a prob at all...


    • I'm not home, so I can't give you the detailed version. Short version goes like this: Installed Mech via perl -MCPAN -e shell, it fired off some warnings about not being able to find things in LWP and HTML (off the top of my head, HTML::Form was one of the missing items). I attempted to do a Make, but it's complaining about the missing separator. (Which I'm sure is my problem. I thought I'd had it licked when I switched to GNU make, because the thing I was having problems with when I switched worked af

      You are what you think.
    • I got home a short time ago -- here's the response I've been getting:

      Can't locate object method "requests_redirectable" via package "WWW::Mechanize" (perhaps you forgot to load "WWW::Mechanize"?) at C:/Perl/site/lib/WWW/ line 156.


      You are what you think.
      • OK, but where's the source code?

        Are you actually doing a "use WWW::Mechanize"?



        • Sorry about that. When the first attempt to use failed, I reduced the source to this:


          use strict;
          use warnings;
          #use diagnostics;

          use WWW::Mechanize;


          # Create the agent.

          my $agent = WWW::Mechanize->new();
          And it produces that exact error.

          You are what you think.