x.y refers to the Wicked Good XPath revision when
wgxpath.install.js was built;
z refers to any improvements to this package.
I'm pretty lazy, so I don't build Wicked Good XPath myself. When the pre-compiled wgxpath.install.js is updated, I'll update this package.
Install with npm:
npm install wgxpath
Make sure things are working:
This example scrapes the Merriam-Webster Word of the Day. This code can also be found in
word_of_the_day.js. Be sure to install jsdom 3.x before running the example.
$ npm install jsdom@"<4"
var wgxpath = ;var jsdom = ;var url = '';var expressionString = '//*[@id="content"]/div/ul/li/strong';jsdom;