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perl & javascript event handlers

 



ze-m!nd
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May 18, 2008, 8:24 PM

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perl & javascript event handlers Can't Post

Does anyone know how to use perl, or any perl module/script to navigate through javascript event handlers?

WWW::Mechanize doesn't work with javascript, so i'm looking for something that can handle "Onmouse" menus.

Thanks for you help ahead of time

p.s. i have tried google, 'n etc...


winfinit
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May 20, 2008, 3:34 PM

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Re: [ze-m!nd] perl & javascript event handlers [In reply to] Can't Post

if i understand correctly javascript onmouse effect will trigger some kind of action on a page that is located between certain tags, for example you can show or hide a table or a little message, but that tag is actually HTML or XHTML or whatever that is changing its state, so code is still available to you if you will parse it via LWP, so you can get HTML, remove all javascript, and get all desired information from your page via simple regular expressions. for more information please attach examples of a javascript page and exact end result that you are trying to accomplish.

 
 


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