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Source code changes of the file "Kernel/cpan-lib/Selenium/Remote/Driver/CanSetWebdriverContext.pm" between
otrs-5.0.39.tar.bz2 and otrs-5.0.40.tar.bz2

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CanSetWebdriverContext.pm  (otrs-5.0.39.tar.bz2):CanSetWebdriverContext.pm  (otrs-5.0.40.tar.bz2)
package Selenium::Remote::Driver::CanSetWebdriverContext; package Selenium::Remote::Driver::CanSetWebdriverContext;
$Selenium::Remote::Driver::CanSetWebdriverContext::VERSION = '1.33'; $Selenium::Remote::Driver::CanSetWebdriverContext::VERSION = '1.36';
# ABSTRACT: Customize the webdriver context prefix for various drivers # ABSTRACT: Customize the webdriver context prefix for various drivers
use strict; use strict;
use warnings; use warnings;
use Moo::Role; use Moo::Role;
has 'wd_context_prefix' => ( has 'wd_context_prefix' => (
is => 'lazy', is => 'lazy',
default => sub { '/wd/hub' } default => sub { '/wd/hub' }
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=pod =pod
=encoding UTF-8 =encoding UTF-8
=head1 NAME =head1 NAME
Selenium::Remote::Driver::CanSetWebdriverContext - Customize the webdriver conte xt prefix for various drivers Selenium::Remote::Driver::CanSetWebdriverContext - Customize the webdriver conte xt prefix for various drivers
=head1 VERSION =head1 VERSION
version 1.33 version 1.36
=head1 DESCRIPTION =head1 DESCRIPTION
Some drivers don't use the typical C</wd/hub> context prefix for the Some drivers don't use the typical C</wd/hub> context prefix for the
webdriver HTTP communication. For example, the newer versions of the webdriver HTTP communication. For example, the newer versions of the
Firefox driver extension use the context C</hub> instead. This role Firefox driver extension use the context C</hub> instead. This role
just has the one attribute with a default webdriver context prefix, just has the one attribute with a default webdriver context prefix,
and is consumed in L<Selenium::Remote::Driver> and and is consumed in L<Selenium::Remote::Driver> and
L<Selenium::Remote::RemoteConnection>. L<Selenium::Remote::RemoteConnection>.
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