package WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller::Value::Random::Chars; use base 'WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller::Value'; use strict; use vars qw( $VERSION ); use Data::Random qw(rand_chars); $VERSION = '0.10'; sub new { my ($class,$name,@args) = @_; my $self = $class->SUPER::new($name); @args = (set => 'alpha', min => 5, max => 8) unless scalar @args; $self->{args} = [ @args ]; $self; }; sub value { my ($self,$input) = @_; join "", (rand_chars( @{$self->{args}} )); }; 1; __END__ =head1 NAME WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller::Value::Random::Chars - Fill characters into an HTML form field =head1 SYNOPSIS =for example begin use WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller; use WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller::Value::Random::Chars; my $f = WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller->new(); # Create a random value for the HTML field "login" my $login = WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller::Value::Random::Chars->new( login => set => 'alpha', min => 3, max => 8 ); $f->add_value( login => $login ); # Alternatively take the following shorthand, which adds the # field to the list as well : # If there is no password, put a random one out of the list there my $password = $f->add_filler( password => 'Random::Chars' ); =for example end =for example_testing require HTML::Form; my $form = HTML::Form->parse('
',''); $f->fill_form($form); like( $form->value('login'), qr/^([a-zA-Z]+)$/, "Login gets set"); like( $form->value('password'), qr/^([a-zA-Z]+)$/, "Password gets set"); =head1 DESCRIPTION This class provides a way to write a randomly chosen value into a HTML field. =over 4 =item new NAME, LIST Creates a new value which will correspond to the HTML field C. The C is the list of arguments passed to Data::Random::rand_chars. If the list is empty, C<< set => 'alpha', min => 5, max => 8 >> is assumed. =item name [NEWNAME] Gets and sets the name of the HTML field this value corresponds to. =item value FIELD Returns the value to put into the HTML field. =back =head2 EXPORT None by default. =head2 COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. Copyright (C) 2002,2003 Max Maischein =head1 AUTHOR Max Maischein, Ecorion@cpan.orgE Please contact me if you find bugs or otherwise improve the module. More tests are also very welcome ! =head1 SEE ALSO L, L, L, L, L, L, L, L