janschenkel at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 7 10:57:01 CDT 2002
--- BCE <mark at bcesouth.com> wrote:
> [snip] But we have a pc machine
> at work that has SCO
> OpenServer installed on it. I created an app in Rev
> to test on it, but when
> I ran it, it said it couldn't open the display, or
> something similar to
> that. I tried running it from the command line. Do
> I need to be in an "X"
> environment to run a Rev app on Unix?
Yes, unless you're running a faceless cgi-app.
> [snip] But the machine is used for customer
> orders, and it has gobs of text files that Rev
> is just asking to delimit.
You're right, RunRev's tewxt handling capacities are
great for this sort of work.
> Any advice would be most appreciated.
Well, there are two ways to go, imho.
1) Learn unix shell scripting
-- it's amazing what grep and its friends can do.
2) Or ftp the file to your Mac, and fiddle with it
"As we grow older, we grow both wiser and more foolish
at the same time."
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