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Re: LYNX-DEV output from -MIME_HEADER versus -DUMP

From: Foteos Macrides
Subject: Re: LYNX-DEV output from -MIME_HEADER versus -DUMP
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 1996 22:44:08 -0500 (EST)

Kerry <address@hidden> wrote:
>    I have been able to use LYNX (2-4-FM) with the -SOURCE command to retrieve 
>binary files that I can then make available to graphical browsers with a
>"Location: ..." directive in a CGI script; e.g.:
>   $ define /user sys$output tempfile.out
>   $ Write Sys$Output "Location: tempfile.out"
>   $ Write Sys$Output ""
>I would like to be able to start using -MIME_HEADER instead of -SOURCE to
>produce the output file, so my CGI scripts can make some decisions based on the
>header info.  However, the binary data I get if I use -MIME_HEADER instead of
>-SOURCE in the command above looks quite different, and can't be read, per
>the example below.  Is there any way to force -MIME_HEADER to output binary
>data the same way that -SOURCE (or -DUMP) does?
>    (I just tested with the 2-6 distribution, and got the same results).

        Try it with the v2.6 replacement files in

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