Darwin engine and AppleScript in CGI's?
paolo.mazza at neol.it
Thu Sep 1 10:35:13 EDT 2005
you wrote "
>try pulling the executable out of MacOS X
>bundle and using it as the CGI engine
What do you mean exactly?
Where is the executable in the MACOSX bundle?
I tryed to move the Revolution file but I got an "internal Server Error".
You wrote :
>use it with the "-ui"
. What does it mean exactly this parameter?
How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com> on Mercoledì, 31
agosto 2005 at 19:08 +0100 wrote:
>On Aug 31, 2005, at 2:31 PM, Mark Smith wrote:
>> Ah...that explains a few things. Thanks for the info.
>I am betting here okay, but try pulling the executable out of MacOS X
>bundle and using it as the CGI engine, use it with the "-ui"
>parameter. It works fine. I just pulled mine, put it on /Library/
>WebSever/CGI-Executables and created this test.cgi script:
>put "Engine Version:" && version() & cr
>put "Languages:" && the alternateLanguages
>get format("tell application \"Finder\"\ndisplay dialog \"Hello World!
>do it as "applescript"
>put it && the result
>The result is fine:
>Engine Version: 2.6.5
>tell application "Finder"
>display dialog "Hello World!"
>Decided not to include the shot of the dialog box but it appeared
>Happy AppleScripting and Transcript coding.
>> On 31 Aug 2005, at 17:21, Mark Waddingham wrote:
>>> The Darwin engines are just like they say on the tin - compiled for
>>> Darwin :o)
>>> Darwin is the BSD-derived UNIX base for MacOS X and due to this
>>> none of
>>> the MacOS X specific APIs are available to compile against (in this
>>> mode). Indeed, the engine itself is compiled using the internal POSIX
>>> porting layer inline with the other UNIX engines.
>>> Therefore, when looking for what is available in the Darwin
>>> engine, look
>>> in the documentation for what is supported by UNIX/Linux, rather
>>> than OS
>>> Warmest Regards,
>>> Mark Waddingham ~ 36degrees at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com
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