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Re: [snips-users] genweb.cgi vs. snipsweb.cgi
On Wed, Nov 12, 2003 at 04:56:24PM -0400, Daniel MacKay wrote: > Howdy. > > I inherited a mostly-installed snips from a previous administrator. > Right now there is "genweb.cgi" in a crontab, which creates the four > .html files: > - Critical.html > - Warning.html > - Error.html > - Info.html > > every few minutes. But there is also a .cgi called "snipsweb.cgi". > > Is this a replacement for those? That is, is it supposed to display > "live" data as opposed to the freshly html'ized data? This from the top of the two scripts... hope this helps -- let me know if you have any questions: -- begin genweb.cgi #!/bin/perl my $versionid = '$Id: genweb.cgi,v 1.3 2002/01/30 05:42:45 vikas Exp $';# # ------------ # This program displays SNIPS events in HTML format (for an alternative # to the snipstv curses program). # # It can run as a standalone perl program or as a CGI. It detects the # mode automatically from the environment. # # [...] # # Note that even if a public user were to view any of these files, they # still need to authenticate in snipsweb.cgi before they can edit any # update file, etc. -- end genweb.cgi -- begin snipsweb.cgi #!/bin/perl # # $Header: /cvsroot/snips/snipsweb/snipsweb.cgi,v 1.4 2002/01/30 05:42:04 vikas Exp $ # # snipsweb.cgi # # A CGI script which interfaces with the html generated by the snips web # script 'genweb.cgi'. # This script is the companion to genweb.cgi. It allows administrator to add # status messages and to 'hide' devices as well as rudimentary troubleshooting. # -- end snipsweb.cgi -- Russell M. Van Tassell russell at loosenut com There are two ways to write error-free programs. Only the third one works.