Yaxm Y. wrote:
the page in Ruby?
In test? Or “scraping” a target website to see what it’s got?
Either way, I would use Nokogiri to rip the HTML and find tags,
By “would” I mean I already do that. Here’s the rkelly calls required:
RKelly.parse(js).pointcut('TargetMethod()'). # with the ()
matches.each do |updater|
updater.grep(RKelly::Nodes::ArgumentsNode).each do |thang|
However, if you are attacking other peoples’ websites to scrape out
you might instead try Watir. It just runs a web browser and evaluates