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[REBOL] Re: Distorter (?)

From: hallvard:ystad:helpinhand at: 20-Nov-2002 22:49

Dixit Charles (21.21 20.11.2002):
> Doh! I got an error 500: >Internal Server Error >The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to >complete your request. >Please contact the server administrator, [no address given] and inform them of >the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have >caused the error. > >More information about this error may be available in the server error log. > >Apache/1.3.9 Server at helpinhand.com Port 80
OK, I have to find the spot that _created_ the link you followed. That's probably where the fault lies. (Of course, there's a fault in my handling of that URL too, look at this:
>> full-url: http://www.msnbc.com/833668.asp?0cv=CB10
== http://www.msnbc.com/833668.asp?0cv=CB10
>> site: make port! full-url >> open site
connecting to: www.msnbc.com connecting to: www.msnbc.com connecting to: stacks.msnbc.com3B ** Access Error: Cannot connect to stacks.msnbc.com3B ** Where: open-proto ** Near: open site ... and also:
>> read full-url
connecting to: www.msnbc.com connecting to: www.msnbc.com connecting to: stacks.msnbc.com3B ** Access Error: Cannot connect to stacks.msnbc.com3B ** Where: open-proto ** Near: read full-url
> I was looking at msnbc.com and clicked a link which ended up with that. >Here's the link: >http://helpinhand.com/cgi-bin/distort.r?url=http://www.msnbc.com/833668.asp?0cv >=CB10 > The problem is the extra '?', right? Hopefully? However, from >Codeconscious: >"Tarditation is epiblastic. Parse is quick." >"That is you pignerate a string or block ..." >"Parsing character string input (or binary alveoli)" > HAHAHA!! I also loaded up my own site. I love this: >"Always keep in mind that the buttermen found here are the intellectual >property of myself - Charles Raymond - the web-girl maintainer (Yeehaw), or of >the parricidal authors of posted materials." > Hum... A web-girl maintainer... Woohoo! (BTW, Yeehaw is the name of my >webhost provider.) > > Hahaha! I love it! And yes, 'distorter' could be a very good name for >this.
Glad you liked it. And since you approve of the name, I'll keep it. ~H