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Greetings Monks,
 
I stumbled upon Selenium, a test tool for web applications. Aslo I found a CPAN module, WWW::Selenium, that acts as a perl driver for Selenium.

I have installed WWW::Selenium and while trying to execute the following sample code:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use warnings; use WWW::Selenium; use WWW::Selenium::Launcher::MacDefault; my $selenium = WWW::Selenium->new; $selenium->open( 'http://localhost/selenium/SeleneseRunner.html' ); $selenium->verify_title( 'Some title' ); $selenium->click_and_wait( 'link_id' ); $selenium->stop;
I get the following error:

Error fetching result: Timed out! at /Library/Perl/5.8.6/WWW/Selenium/CommandBridge.pm line 45 at /Library/Perl/5.8.6/WWW/Selenium.pm line 106

I have read a couple of threads on the mailing list, but could not figure out how to solve this. Pls help.

In reply to WWW::Selenium woes by InfiniteLoop

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