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[REBOL] debug help Re:(2)

From: ryanc:iesco-dms at: 6-Oct-2000 15:21

Ahh! pbar is the progress bar. That never occurred to me. And yes Larry, I think your right that its too short, but not in the way you think. I bet its size really is zero. You see my index.r is actually a CGI. And as odd as it may sound, something to do with the fact its a CGI is causing the problem and its not anything to do with the index files syntax or contents. Now I can rule out my junk--Thanks. Has anybody ran an index.r as a CGI? If not, can someone try to run an index.r as a CGI on thier server? Here is the one I am using. #!/usr/local/bin/rebol/rebol -c REBOL [] prin "Content-Type: text/plain" ;I have also tried text/html--no difference prin to-char 10 ;I know, im just being over explicit prin to-char 10 ;I have tried many variations, the shortest being {}, and's. No difference. prin {REBOL [] icon "test" %test.r} ;actual existence of file irrelevant for this test. Thanks --Ryan [larry--ecotope--com] wrote:
> Hi Ryan > > Yup, I get the same result. In console mode I read your index.r file as: > > REBOL [] icon "test" %test > > This is a bug in the View Test Panel (demo-init). Apparently your index.r > file is too short for the test-panel progress bar to function correctly. You > should report this to feedback or directly to [carl--rebol--com]. > > For a workaround, you could try adding a message using the summary keyword. > > -Larry > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: <[ryanc--iesco-dms--com]> > To: <[list--rebol--com]> > Sent: Friday, October 06, 2000 1:56 PM > Subject: [REBOL] debug help > > > Could someone try to pull up from there view > > browser and let me know what happens. I keep getting this error: > > > > ** Math Error: Attempt to divide by zero. > > ** Where: pbar/data: b / l show > > >> > > > > Thanks, > > --Ryan > >
-- Ryan Cole Programmer Analyst 707-468-5400 I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. -Einstein