SPUG: Re: Dumping HTTP headers
ryan at dbedge.com
Sun Apr 16 00:01:27 CDT 2000
I know this thread died a while ago, but
I've been doing some HTTP work myself and
HttpSniffer (in Perl) ver 2.11
This is a Perl script to help debug HTTP conversations. It mimics a web
server by calling another server to satisfy requests, but by doing so it can
log the details of all the transactions (Now with timing data too).
It's available at: http://www.compansr.demon.co.uk/
Enjoy the Meeting Tuesday!
Wish I could be there ;)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Anderson" <Richard.Anderson at seaslug.org>
To: <spug-list at pm.org>
Sent: Monday, April 10, 2000 1:45 PM
Subject: SPUG: Dumping HTTP headers
> Not necessarily a SPUG question, perhaps, but: I need to debug an HTTP
> request I am generating using the LWP and HTTP::Request::Common modules.
> How can I send a request to my (Apache) webserver and get a dump of the
> Obviously, I could write a custom CGI script to do this, but is there an
> easier way?
> Richard.Anderson at seaslug.org
> www.zipcon.net/~starfire/home (personal)
> www.raycosoft.com (corporate)
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