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  • PBCgiLib

    Not much is done yet, other than some HTML write routines,
    redirection and frame breakers, but here it is.
    http://disvr.cjb.net/pbcgi/

    I still haven't integrated a routine to parse the environmental
    variables yet...nothing of that sort is ready yet.

    I might integrate my random link picker though. It will be a lot
    better as time passes. I work on it in my free time.

    There are also some good CGI programming resources linked to on
    the page as well. (the cgi faq in PB's support library is 2 years
    outdated)


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    Amos

  • #2
    Got more done! Now there are routines to parse form data,
    as well as to remove URL encoding. Other routines have been
    tweaked a bit as well for better handling of what is passed to
    them.

    Tonight I will write a routine to split the parsed string
    more, so the data is even more useful.

    Now, there is also better documentation, and more info on CGI
    programming. The documentation is available online as well.

    When the library is at 1.0, I will add a tutorial to the page
    about how to program CGI with 4DOS Batch files. :-)

    If your looking to do CGI, PB/DOS is quickly becoming the best
    solution... My routines might work in PB/CC as well...haven't
    tested.



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    Amos

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    • #3
      What do I have to run on my local machine
      to use this? Extremely interested in
      trying to do this.

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