Invalid rule, couldn't parse '//*[@name="date", node => $mech->current
This looks as if you're mixing Perl code and an XPath expression in the same string.
my @date_fields =$mech->selector( './/*[@name="date"]', node => $mech
# stderr: Invalid rule, couldn't parse '//*[@name="date"]' at /usr/loc
+al/share/perl/5.26.1/HTML/Selector/XPath.pm line 283.
This is weird - I think this should still parse as an XPath expression. Does the following work and give the expected result?
my @date_fields =$mech->xpath( './/*[@name="date"]', node => $mech->c
With version 0.48 of WWW::Mechanize::Chrome, ->set_fields now also supports selecing input elements by their name and index:
date => [3, $date_value],
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