• Subject: Re: Perl scripts?
  • From: "William Corbett" <corbett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 00:58:08 -0800
  • Importance: Normal

What is the ".gz" on the end of the name?  IE., how do I get this to the
400.  Is this a *SAVF, which I can just FTP up?  The .gz is confusing
me....don't take much.

I found this earlier in the archives...Do I just ignore the .gz? or does it
mean a different format than a regular binary savf?

What I'm trying to implement is a (mostly) javascript shopping cart, which
has a cgi directory with it...with perl in the cgi.  And, even if I do get
into a library on the 400, I've still got to figure out how to make the
javascript access the cgi via the CGI directory in the IFS.

Yeah, yeah...if you're listening Brad, if I'd done it all myself, I woulda
used RPG.

And, David,  thanks for the newsgroup...if I'm going to have to mess with
perl, (I never would've believed it)  I'll need all the help I can get.


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