Torsten Neuer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 18 Jun 1999 20:14:29 +0200
According to Krishna:
>I am trying to write a perl scrit that will execute htsearch.
>The problem i am having is , htsearch doesn't "see" the variable that
>is set by the script.
>When trying to execute the other program the environment is set
>What am i doing wrong ?
>The example below will always return:
>"no matches were found to "".
>i.e none of the env. parametrs are set correctly!
You must set 2 evironment variables that are normally used only
by CGI: REQUEST_METHOD and QUERY_STRING. These variables must
be encoded according to URI standards.
If REQUEST_METHOD and QUERY_STRING are not set, htsearch will
default to interactive mode. I hacked up a patch to support
issueing query strings on the command line and Gilles wrote
a cleaner version that should now be in the CVS. You might
like to try a snapshot or wait for the next release of ht://Dig ,-)
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