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#1

I was just curious why the CGI scripts are not viewable. Are the compiled or
something? I was really hoping that I could make mods to the scripts directly.

Thanks,

Stephen Lawrence
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#2

The CGI scripts are C wrappers around lib/rt/ui/web/*On Tue, Apr 18, 2000 at 10:21:50AM -0700, Stephen J. Lawrence Jr. wrote:

I was just curious why the CGI scripts are not viewable. Are the compiled or
something? I was really hoping that I could make mods to the scripts directly.


Thanks,

Stephen Lawrence
-Support Technician & Webmaster
-Examen, Inc.
-stephenl@examen.com
-916-921-4300 ext. 703


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#3

It appears to be compiled from all the rt/lib/blah/subdir/blah.om files. Making
changes to the pm files will be effective immediantly (well, click 'reload’
first :slight_smile: ).
It’s a bit messy to root around but it does make sense after a while…
An insight into the weird and wonderful mind of Jesse?

-Feargal.

Feargal Reilly,
Systems Administrator,
The Communications Interactive Agency.
Phone: +353-86-8157621

On Tue, 18 Apr 2000,
Stephen J. Lawrence Jr. wrote: > I was just curious why the CGI scripts are not
viewable. Are the compiled or > something? I was really hoping that I could
make mods to the scripts directly. >


#4

IC, that does make sense. As long as I don’t have to re-make the Makefile every
time I modify the source, I am happy. Can’t wait for the DBI usage: that is the way
to go!

Feargal Reilly wrote:

It appears to be compiled from all the rt/lib/blah/subdir/blah.om files. Making
changes to the pm files will be effective immediantly (well, click 'reload’
first :slight_smile: ).
It’s a bit messy to root around but it does make sense after a while…
An insight into the weird and wonderful mind of Jesse?

-Feargal.

Feargal Reilly,
Systems Administrator,
The Communications Interactive Agency.
Phone: +353-86-8157621


On Tue, 18 Apr 2000,
Stephen J. Lawrence Jr. wrote: > I was just curious why the CGI scripts are not
viewable. Are the compiled or > something? I was really hoping that I could
make mods to the scripts directly. >


Thanks,

Stephen Lawrence
-Support Technician & Webmaster
-Examen, Inc.
-stephenl@examen.com
-916-921-4300 ext. 703


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Stephen Lawrence
-Support Technician & Webmaster
-Examen, Inc.
-stephenl@examen.com
-916-921-4300 ext. 703


#5

Actually, it’s compiled from suidrt.c :slight_smile: The perl is all interpreted
at runtime. And yeah, the 1.0 code is really ugly. 2.0 is much better.
really.

jesseOn Tue, Apr 18, 2000 at 08:30:07PM +0000, Feargal Reilly wrote:

It appears to be compiled from all the rt/lib/blah/subdir/blah.om files. Making
changes to the pm files will be effective immediantly (well, click 'reload’
first :slight_smile: ).
It’s a bit messy to root around but it does make sense after a while…
An insight into the weird and wonderful mind of Jesse?

-Feargal.

Feargal Reilly,
Systems Administrator,
The Communications Interactive Agency.
Phone: +353-86-8157621


On Tue, 18 Apr 2000,
Stephen J. Lawrence Jr. wrote: > I was just curious why the CGI scripts are not
viewable. Are the compiled or > something? I was really hoping that I could
make mods to the scripts directly. >


Thanks,

Stephen Lawrence
-Support Technician & Webmaster
-Examen, Inc.
-stephenl@examen.com
-916-921-4300 ext. 703


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#6

Eww! DBI!!! :-0
As a BTW, if anybody is interested, I’m near complete writing a tcl/expect
interface to rt so that you can make your own forms and do lots of fun cgi
stuff with it. I’ll throw a tarball out in a day or two if anybody wants it.

-Feargal.

Feargal Reilly,
Systems Administrator,
The Communications Interactive Agency.
Phone: +353-86-8157621On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Stephen J. Lawrence Jr. wrote:

IC, that does make sense. As long as I don’t have to re-make the Makefile every
time I modify the source, I am happy. Can’t wait for the DBI usage: that is the way
to go!

Feargal Reilly wrote:

It appears to be compiled from all the rt/lib/blah/subdir/blah.om files. Making
changes to the pm files will be effective immediantly (well, click 'reload’
first :slight_smile: ).
It’s a bit messy to root around but it does make sense after a while…
An insight into the weird and wonderful mind of Jesse?

-Feargal.

Feargal Reilly,
Systems Administrator,
The Communications Interactive Agency.
Phone: +353-86-8157621


On Tue, 18 Apr 2000,
Stephen J. Lawrence Jr. wrote: > I was just curious why the CGI scripts are not
viewable. Are the compiled or > something? I was really hoping that I could
make mods to the scripts directly. >


Thanks,

Stephen Lawrence
-Support Technician & Webmaster
-Examen, Inc.
-stephenl@examen.com
-916-921-4300 ext. 703


rt-users mailing list
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http://lists.fsck.com/mailman/listinfo/rt-users


Thanks,

Stephen Lawrence
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-Examen, Inc.
-stephenl@examen.com
-916-921-4300 ext. 703


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