$content < io('https://example.org'); # GET webpage
# two ways of getting a page with a password:
$content < io('https://me:[email protected]');
$content < io('https://example.org')->user('me')->password('secret');
DESCRIPTIONThis module extends IO::All for dealing with HTTPS URLs. Note that you don't need to use it explicitly, as it is autoloaded by IO::All whenever it sees something that looks like an HTTPS URL.
The SYNOPSIS shows some simple typical examples, but there are many other interesting combinations with other IO::All features! For example, you can get an HTTPS URL and write the content to a socket, or to an FTP URL, of to a DBM file.
METHODSThis is a subclass of IO::All::LWP. The only new method is "https", which can be used to create a blank IO::All::HTTPS object; or it can also take an HTTPS URL as a parameter. Note that in most cases it is simpler just to call io('https://example.com'), which calls the "https" method automatically.
OPERATOR OVERLOADINGThe same operators from IO::All may be used. < GETs an HTTPS URL; > PUTs to an HTTPS URL.
COPYRIGHTCopyright (c) 2007. Ivan Tubert-Brohman and Brian Ingerson. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.