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Re: How to parse JavaScript from Zsh?

You should perhaps try to sniff the GET/POST request that's being done via
Ajax and get to curl that URL.

- Sent from my Galaxy Note 3
On 1 Nov 2013 08:26, "TJ Luoma" <luomat@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Long story short… my home network is satellite Internet. It has a
> 20gb/month quota (not a typo). I used to be able to parse the output
> of using `lynx` but they üpgraded their system and
> now uses JavaScript to deliver the information.
> I can't figure out how to parse JavaScript from a Zsh script.
> Ok, I admit that this is skirting on the edge of Zsh here, but I've
> been googling for a couple hours and don't seem to be finding anything
> close to a solution. Maybe just haven't found the right keywords, but
> I'm getting a ton of unrelated crap.
> I'm guessing there's some tool out there like `lynx` or `wget` or
> `curl` which can parse JavaScript from the command line, but I can't
> find whatever it is.
> So I'm hoping maybe someone here has already reached the top of this
> mountain and can point me in the right direction.
> TjL

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