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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've done some tests with this last year, and couldn't resolve the timing issues. At least in IE the script src is loaded asynchronously and you end up calling functions which aren't loaded yet most of the time.

    However, the XMLHTTPRequest object has the option to load data synchronously, so you can actually wait untill the data is loaded. The problem is that it isn't meant to load javascript files, but with some eval() magic it does work.

    I've put a first version up at http://helene.muze.nl/download/jsan.zip/ [helene.muze.nl].