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RE: FW: problem with htags

From: Brutovski, Robert
Subject: RE: FW: problem with htags
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 13:01:32 -0400

I rsh to a different machine where perl is installed in the /bin directory.
Here is what I got:

[55] which perl
[56] /bin/perl --version

This is perl, version 5.005_03 built for sun4-solaris

Copyright 1987-1999, Larry Wall

Perl may be copied only under the terms of either the Artistic License or
GNU General Public License, which may be found in the Perl 5.0 source kit.

Complete documentation for Perl, including FAQ lists, should be found on
this system using `man perl' or `perldoc perl'.  If you have access to the
Internet, point your browser at, the Perl Home Page.

[57] which htags
[58] perl /home/rbrutovs/bin/htags --version

Even though the perl path is shorter, the problem still exists. The work
around works very nicely, so it's no problem. Unfortunately, I still cannot
do a "man htags" so that I can setup the HTML browser to have the search
facility and the Definitions grouped under letter headings ([A][B][C],
etc.). Thanks for your time.


-----Original Message-----
From: Shigio Yamaguchi [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 10:21 AM
To: Brutovski, Robert
Cc: 'Shigio Yamaguchi'; 'address@hidden'
Subject: Re: FW: problem with htags

>  [66] /apps/local/arch/exec/tail/perl --version
> This is perl, version 5.005_02 built for sun4-solaris
>  [68] head /home/rbrutovs/bin/htags
> #! /apps/local/arch/exec/tail/perl
> I tried your workaround, and it is working. I am able to browse the code

It's strange.  I don't know the reason why you cannot execute perl script
in your environment. If you find the reason, please let us know.

> using Netscape. Thank you for your help. By the way, the index.html file
> looks slightly different than the example on your home page. My page shows
> three sections, Mains, Definitions, and Files. When I click on
> I get a list of all the definitions. In your example, there is a list of
> letters ([A][B][C] etc), but I don't have that in my example. Also, there
> no search capability. I noticed that my example says that it is using
> 4.0-1 while the one on the web page says 4.0-1a. Is there a great
> between the two?

Please try:

        % man htags
Shigio Yamaguchi - Tama Communications Corporation
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