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- [ANNOUNCE] WWW::Webrobot 0.70
- Stefan Trcek
March 21, 2005, 7:25 pm
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Webrobot 0.70 is now available on CPAN.
For all changes to previous versions see the Changes file
Webrobot http://search.cpan.org/dist/webrobot/ is a data driven http
client heavily based on LWP. The client action specification format
ist XML. Though the module itself is pure Perl it uses some CPAN
modules that are not. It can be used
* for automating http requests
* for a kind of web based unit tests
* for stress tests of web servers (limited).
For more information see the README file in the distribution
and the support page http://webrobot.abas.de containing screenshots
The support page also contains instructions how to write test plans
with Mozilla by just visiting the desired pages.
Re: [ANNOUNCE] WWW::Webrobot 0.70
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when I go, you go."
The black nationalists, those whose philosophy is black nationalism, in
bringing about this new interpretation of the entire meaning of civil
rights, look upon it as meaning, as Brother Lomax has pointed out,
equality of opportunity. Well, we're justified in seeking civil rights,
if it means equality of opportunity, because all we're doing there is
trying to collect for our investment. Our mothers and fathers invested
sweat and blood. Three hundred and ten years we worked in this country
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hardly anything. But if you take the salary of everyone in here
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wealth. If you can collect the wages of just these people right here for
a year, you'll be rich -- richer than rich. When you look at it like
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