I haven't used it, but I it does make this FAR easier than
straight CGI.

It's similar to CGIDEV2 and my eRPG SDK in that it allows
templates and variable substitution in essense keeping all
HTML (or XML, or any "text" or markup language) external
from the RPG program itself.

I have some examples of how  my eRPG SDK at
www.erpgsdk.com.  I'm sure Bob has examples at rpgiv.com
and I believe CGIDEV2 examples are also available at
www.easy400.net (I think that's the new site).


On Wed, 5 Oct 2005 13:27:37 -0700
 "Douglas W. Palme" <dpalme@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> is anyone using Bob's cgilib wrapper? From what I was
> able to read in an 
> article, it does seem to make things far far far far
> easier in implementing 
> cgi......
> Any feedback would be appreciated, including from Bob :)
> Not to leave you out Bob, just curious about how the
> wrapper works and its 
> ease of use.
> If you bought, it was hauled by a truck - somewhere,
> sometime.
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