Rebol CGI on PWS
[1/10] from: moeller_thorsten::gmx::de at: 16-Oct-2001 12:48
Hi, i have a Win98 and PWS running and like to test some Rebol CGI's. The problem i have is that calling the script ends up in an /View-Console Window. Is there something i missed to configure? I have /view and /core installed, but poiting to /core in CGI's first line. Can anybody help or knows a place where i can find some docs? Thorsten
[2/10] from: phil:hayes:cnutarch at: 16-Oct-2001 21:41
Are you using the -cs command line switches ? Phil
[3/10] from: moeller_thorsten:gmx at: 17-Oct-2001 12:06
Hi Phil, yes, for testing purposes i use the script from the /core documentation. I think it must have something to do with /view installation which makes an .r association during installation. Don't know where to switch it off in Win98! Thorsten
[4/10] from: hallvard:ystad:helpinhand at: 17-Oct-2001 13:08
I think the problem is that Windows interprets all .r files as rebol scripts if they are of type text/plain. Make sure your CGI scripts return "Content-type: text/html^/" or something else that cannot be interpreted as plain text. Hope that helps. ~H Du skrev (12.06 17.10.2001):
[5/10] from: michal:kracik at: 17-Oct-2001 12:45
Hi Thorsten, to delete the .r association in Windows 98: run explorer.exe, select menu View/"Folder Options"/"File Types", delete "REBOL Script" from the list. or run regedit.exe, find and delete key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.r Hope this helps, Michal Kracik
[6/10] from: moeller_thorsten:gmx at: 18-Oct-2001 9:53
Hi, thanks for your comments. I removed every association to .r but it is still not running. I removed the /view Browser plugin as well, think this is the reason for makig such trouble. Nothing changes. Still get a browser-window with the script-code. I tried several kinds of lines pointing to the rebol/core exe but the result is still the same. Any ideas left? Thorsten
[7/10] from: matt:blis at: 18-Oct-2001 9:10
Thorsten Moeller <[moeller_thorsten--GMX--De]> wrote on 18/10/01 08:53:06:
>Hi, >thanks for your comments. I removed every association to .r but it is still
<<quoted lines omitted: 5>>>is still the same. >Any ideas left?
I know that if I try to run a script with CRLF line endings on my Linux server that it fails, but with normal *nix line endings it's fine. Perhaps there's something similar happening in your case. Matt.
[8/10] from: al:bri:xtra at: 18-Oct-2001 21:36
> Nothing changes. Still get a browser-window with the script-code.
Have you tried restarting your computer? Andrew Martin ICQ: 26227169 http://valley.150m.com/
[9/10] from: michal:kracik at: 18-Oct-2001 10:49
Hi Thorsten, are you sure if you configured PWS for REBOL correctly? It does not work out of the box like Apache for Windows. There's a page describing PWS configuration at: http://www.jansfreeware.com/articles/pwsrebol.html I tried the procedure here and it works. Hope this helps, Michal Kracik
[10/10] from: alekk:obywatel:pl at: 18-Oct-2001 11:06
----- Original Message ----- From: "Thorsten Moeller" <[moeller_thorsten--GMX--De]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 9:53 AM Subject: [REBOL] Re: Rebol CGI on PWS
> Hi, > > thanks for your comments. I removed every association to .r but it is
> not running. > > I removed the /view Browser plugin as well, think this is the reason for > makig such trouble. > > Nothing changes. Still get a browser-window with the script-code. > > I tried several kinds of lines pointing to the rebol/core exe but the
> is still the same. > > Any ideas left? > > Thorsten
Have you modify your registry? Look at: <http://www.codeconscious.com/rebol/rebol-net.html#UsingRebolCGIwithPersonal WebServer> greets Alekk
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