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[ALLY] Re: CGI Script in Secure Domains

From: tim:johnsons-web at: 3-Nov-2000 8:10

Hi Jan: Thanks: I'm hoping to hear more responses here, because I can't get rebol scripts to work from my secure domain. I've written many scripts on "non-secure" virtual domains on the same machine, and on my own "none-secure" domain. The techs supporting this machine have been very unhelpful. I hope that others who may be following this thread might know of other instances of rebol CGI script running from secure domains. Regards Tim Jan Strejcek wrote:
> Tim Johnson wrote: > > Hello: > > Does anyone know of rebol CGI script running on > > secure domains? > > what a fortuity. I made one yesterday. It's running on our school server: > but you has no access to it. > But it is a normal cgi script, nothing special. > > I won a race with my officemate as the challenge > was to make a cgi script with specified functionality > as fast as possible. He choosed perl and lost. :-)
I realize that I'm preaching to the choir here, but rebol is SO productive. Coding is really very logical and natural compared to C/C++ and Perl.