- updated to 1.50 see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Test-WWW-Mechanize/Changes
- updated to 1.48 see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Test-WWW-Mechanize/Changes 1.48 Thu Dec 29 22:45:29 CST 2016 - ----------------------------------- [FIXES] The linting method html_lint_ok() was not calling the HTML::Lint API correctly, so may have missed some HTML errors at the end of a page. This also applies to get, post, etc if you have the autolint argument on.
- updated to 1.46 see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Test-WWW-Mechanize/Changes
- updated to 1.44 If you want to use the autolint functionality, you'll have to have HTML::Lint 2.20. [FIXES] Custom lint objects don't get reset before they get used, making autolint with a custom lint object practically useless. https://github.com/petdance/test-www-mechanize/issues/25 [ENHANCEMENTS] Added a $mech->autolint() method so you can turn autolinting on and off in mid-program. Thanks, Mike O'Regan. New functions $mech->scrape_text_by_id() and $mech->scrape_text_by_attr() let you extract text from your pages. Convenience function $mech->scraped_id_is() makes it easy to scrape and compare in one function. <h1 id="pagetitle">My Awesome Page!</h1> [#] Verify that HTML is there with: $mech->scraped_id_is( 'pagetitle', 'My Awesome Page!' ); [FIXES] $mech->has_tag() now handles nested tags more sensibly. This fixes Google Code ticket #1. [INTERNALS] Explicitly requires Test::Simple 0.94 or higher. Brought over t/TestServer.pm from WWW::Mechanize which fixes a number
- initial package 1.38 * created by cpanspec 1.78.03