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phttpget(8) [freebsd man page]

PHTTPGET(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       PHTTPGET(8)

phttpget -- retrieve multiple files via pipelined HTTP SYNOPSIS
phttpget server file ... DESCRIPTION
The phttpget utility is a minimalist pipelined HTTP client, which is used to retrieve multiple files from one server, and saves the down- loaded files in the current working directory, using the last portion of their download path as file names. By making several "in flight" HTTP requests, it can dramatically increase performance when a large number of small files need to be down- loaded. The freebsd-update(8) and portnap(8) tools use phttpget to download binary patch files. ENVIRONMENT
HTTP_PROXY URL of the proxy to use for HTTP requests. HTTP_PROXY_AUTH Authorization parameters for the HTTP proxy. HTTP_USER_AGENT The User-Agent string to use for HTTP requests. The default is ``phttpget/0.1''. HTTP_TIMEOUT Timeout for HTTP request in seconds. SEE ALSO
fetch(1), freebsd-update(8), portsnap(8) AUTHORS
The phttpget utility was written by Colin Percival <> for use with portsnap(8) and later with freebsd-update(8). This manual page was written by Xin LI <>. BSD
January 3, 2015 BSD

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HTTP::OAI::UserAgent - Extension of the LWP::UserAgent for OAI HTTP requests DESCRIPTION
This module provides a simplified mechanism for making requests to an OAI repository, using the existing LWP::UserAgent module. SYNOPSIS
require HTTP::OAI::UserAgent; my $ua = new HTTP::OAI::UserAgent; my $response = $ua->request( baseURL=>'', verb=>'ListRecords', from=>'2001-08-01', until=>'2001-08-31' ); print $response->content; METHODS
$ua = new HTTP::OAI::UserAgent(proxy=>'www-cache',...) This constructor method returns a new instance of a HTTP::OAI::UserAgent module. All arguments are passed to the LWP::UserAgent constructor. $r = $ua->request($req) Requests the HTTP response defined by $req, which is a HTTP::Request object. $r = $ua->request(baseURL=>$baseref, verb=>$verb, %opts) Makes an HTTP request to the given OAI server (baseURL) with OAI arguments. Returns an HTTP::Response object. OAI-PMH related options: from => $from until => $until resumptionToken => $token metadataPrefix => $mdp set => $set $str = $ua->url(baseURL=>$baseref, verb=>$verb, ...) Takes the same arguments as request, but returns the URL that would be requested. $time_d = $ua->delay( $time_d ) Return and optionally set a time (in seconds) to wait between requests. $time_d may be a CODEREF. perl v5.12.4 2011-06-23 HTTP::OAI::UserAgent(3pm)
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