sample cgi?

Bill Vlahos bvlahos at jpl.nasa.gov
Wed Jul 31 17:23:01 EDT 2002


James Sentman has written acgi dispatcher for OS X which allows 
"traditional" Mac cgi applications to work with Apache.

http://www.sentman.com/acgi/

Bill

On Wednesday, July 31, 2002, at 02:51  PM, Kee Nethery wrote:

>> Hi Kee,
>>
>> If it works in HyperCard it should work for Revolution
>> as well, since Revolution has full support for
>> AppleEvent-technologies.
>> In this case I'd say it's a matter of having your
>> webserver poke RunRev or a stand-alone instead of
>> HyperCard.
>
> The HyperCard script is geared towards using WebStar and various other 
> Mac OS Classic web servers. All other web servers (even Mac OS X) 
> forward information to a cgi using a different mechanism. I'm looking 
> for examples of stacks/cgis that use the more standard apache mechanism.
>
>>
>> If you're talking about getting the cgi-server up and
>> running, your best bet is to look at Tip of the Week
>> number 6 on the RunRev website:
>> http://www.runrev.com/revolution/developers/articles/tipoftheweek/6.html
>> It shows how to use "split" to parse the data passed
>> to it from the browser.
>
> This tip looks interesting, thanks. I'll need to see if it does what I 
> need. Thanks again.
>
> Kee Nethery
>
>>
>> Or maybe I got your question wrong :-)
>>
>> Jan Schenkel.
>
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