A call to wget with my username, password, and a "-U
$MOZILLA_USER_AGENT" could work in theory, but even if the page did
hard to parse, some comments would be truncated, etc...
I did try to parse the html for a while, months ago, and also the
output of marking with ctrl-A the whole text of the page displayed in
the browser, and then copying-and-pasting that to an Emacs buffer...
both things were very frustrating, and I was stumbling all the time on
corner cases and on rules that I had to guess. Having the contents of
posts as JSON will probably make things much easier.
By the way: is it possible to load fbcmd's functions from "php5 -a"
and call its functions directly? I am using Debian stable, with php5.5
run interactive programs from Emacs, using this trick here - the demo
starts at 0:16 -
but the interactive mode of "php5 -a" is a bit limited - for example,
autoloads don't work... it would certainly be much easier to just
run these things,
$p_id = '754664537913868'
than to also have to implement command-line options for calling these
Cheers, TIA &c =),