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Re: [help-GIFT] New application to the GIFT

From: Wolfgang Mueller
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] New application to the GIFT
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 09:48:50 +0100
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Am Montag, 4. November 2002 19:01 schrieb John Restrepo:
> Wolfgang,
> Thanks for your fast response. Arjen de Vries told me that you answer very
> fast, but I did not expect it was going to be that fast.

After 1 bad month I am trying to catch up now ;-)

> I have now charmer running
> (
> and the results are very promising. The problem was not the ../localhost...
> whatever in the url2fts.xml file but a restriction in my firewall.

OK. Good to know.

> but the interface I downloaded does not. See

Yes, this behaves really strangely.

> I have edited both demo.php and Client.php to reflect the settings in my
> server. The .../php directory has proper permits so it can write on it (to
> create the image subdirectory). It just does not give any feedback. I have
> checked and it does not even attempt to connect with the server (does not
> send any MRML message).

Could you fill in localhost instead of the server name? 
I just tried your stuff, and it really behaves strangely. What php do you use?

> I believe that either the gziped  version of the interface you offer to
> download is different from the one you have actually running on your
> server, or I am missing something here. I feel very stupid.

Ugh, I don't know, but I also downloaded the zip and got it running at my 

> >Oh. Could you give me some infos on what dependencies where of particular
> >interest? I due to complaints I have assembled a perl package that should
> > be about it (?)
> If I remeber OK, it was:
> XML::Parser
> XML::Writer
> HTML::TagSet
> (expat???)
> Libwww (which required)
>          HTML::headparser
>          HTML::parser
>          Mime-Base64
>          Libnet
>          Digest-MD5 (I do not know why...)
>          URI
> And then
> Text::Iconv
> XML::XQL::Parser
> In your readme you wrote that it requires Perl 5.003 or younger (???). I
> have 5.8.0 and works apparently ok.

Which would be expected. Good.

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