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2834

Re: Quit handler

... It passes the "quit" message on up the handler chain. There are things at the OS level that deal with this event after your script has cleaned up and quit.
chuckshotton
May 23, 2007
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2833

Quit handler

What is the purpose of this little piece of code? on quit continue quit end quit I got it from Jon Weiderspan (IIRC) probably ten years ago. In a fit of
Gil Dawson
May 23, 2007
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2832

Re: Historical Question

... No, MacHTTP was first made available to the public in late 1992. It was in beta for much of 1992. A commercial single user license was $80 at the time.
chuckshotton
Feb 19, 2007
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2831

Historical Question

When was MacHTTP first licensed to the public? In the late 80s, wasn't it? I believe I recall paying $80 for a license back then. --Gil
Gil Dawson
Feb 19, 2007
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2773

Re: multiple DNS and realms

Chuck thanks for the fast reply, but it's all sorted out now. It was a simple mistake and as usual, down to a miscommunication and a few short cuts! I have to
Saul Taylor
Feb 5, 2006
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2772

Re: multiple DNS and realms

... Can you give some examples of the URLs that are causing the problems? It would be helpful to know the actual info in the config file as well as what
Chuck Shotton
Feb 4, 2006
#2772
 
2771

multiple DNS and realms

I've got 2.6 running and have just created two HOSTFOLDERS. One of them has a REALM inside it and although authentication of users takes place OK, the page
harveyanne
Feb 4, 2006
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2770

Looking for love?Here's my tip for you...

Just thought I should pass on my knowledge to all you guys (and gals) on here. I know just like heaps of other men I am pretty shy when it comes to going up to
kayarna.lopez2257@...
Jan 10, 2006
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2769

Re: MIME & .EXE

Thanks Chuck, your suggestion appears to have done the trick. I have access to a Windows XP machine which previously demonstrated the problem of streaming text
Robert Dorning
Dec 20, 2005
#2769
 
2768

Re: MIME & .EXE

What you need to do to serve .EXE files is make sure you have the *correct* MIME type associated with the suffix mapping. Specifying that an application is a
Chuck Shotton
Dec 17, 2005
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2767

MIME & .EXE

Hi I'm a new member, but have had MacHHTP 2.6 running on a Mac 7600 and MacOS 8.6 for over 12 months. I have a problem in that I have a Windows demo program (a
softdorn
Dec 15, 2005
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2766

Re: PHP

... It's not possible under OS 9. Under OS X, you should just use Apache and PHP. For OS 9, there are other scripted page building apps. MacASP is one of the
Chuck Shotton
Dec 12, 2005
#2766
 
2765

PHP

I was just wondering how to make it so MacHTTP can run PHP. -- There are four kinds of homicide: felonious, excusable, justifiable and praiseworthy...
os9@...
Dec 12, 2005
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2764

Re: PRIV problem

Thank you, Chuck for pointing the correct way to set up the ALLOW/DENY statements. I'll make the necessary correction to the config file as per your
mussafirx102
Dec 7, 2005
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2763

Re: PRIV problem

... I suspect the problem is related to your ALLOW/DENY statements. This is a common problem with new MacHTTP set-ups. It is important to know that if you have
Chuck Shotton
Dec 7, 2005
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