WWW::Shorten - Interface to URL shortening sites.
#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; use WWW::Shorten 'TinyURL'; # Recommended # use WWW::Shorten 'Linkz'; # or one of the others # use WWW::Shorten 'Shorl'; # Individual modules have have their own syntactic variations. # See the documentation for the particular module you intend to use for details my $url = 'https://metacpan.org/pod/WWW::Shorten'; my $short_url = makeashorterlink($url); my $long_url = makealongerlink($short_url); # - OR - # If you don't like the long function names: use WWW::Shorten 'TinyURL', ':short'; my $short_url = short_link($url); my $long_url = long_link( $short_url );
A Perl interface to various services that shorten URLs. These sites maintain databases of long URLs, each of which has a unique identifier.
# DEPRECATION NOTICE
The following shorten services have been deprecated as the endpoints no longer exist or function:
3.100 is released, these deprecated services will not be part of the distribution.
A very simple program called shorten is supplied in the distribution's bin folder. This program takes a URL and gives you a shortened version of it.
Please submit any issues you might have. We appreciate all help, suggestions, noted problems, and especially patches.
* https://github.com/p5-shorten/www-shorten/issues * http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=WWW-Shorten * ( shorter URL: http://xrl.us/rfb ) *
email@example.com-- for providing WWW::Shorten::SnipURL
In 2004 Dave Cross took over the maintenance of this distribution following the death of Iain Truskett.
In 2016, Chase Whitener took over the maintenance of this distribution.
Copyright (c) 2002 by Iain Truskett.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.