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RE: [webalizer] Front End For Win32 Webalizer.

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  • Mel Wade
    I d love to be involved in the beta as well. Mel Wade, President Rubicon Technologies, LLC Your Full Service Technology Solution Provider 616.695.6059 ...
    Message 1 of 6 , Jun 12, 2001
      I'd love to be involved in the beta as well.

      Mel Wade, President
      Rubicon Technologies, LLC
      Your Full Service Technology Solution Provider
      616.695.6059

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Chris Booyse [mailto:chris@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 12:32 AM
      To: webalizer@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [webalizer] Front End For Win32 Webalizer.


      Hi Wayne!

      I would also love to help with the testing. I can run it on Win 2000, 98
      and ME...

      Best regards

      Chris Booyse

      > Subject: [webalizer] Front End For Win32 Webalizer.
      >
      >
      > Hi all.
      > I just discovered the Win32 port. I read the posts about a front end
      > for Webalizer, and decided to build one myself.
      > Since I am not a C++ or good VB coder, I built a full GUI using DHTML
      > and scripting.
      >
      > This application is a virtual Tour-de-Force of IE5+.
      > Yes, I am launching a command line app through the browser.
      > It utilizes the TDC, FSO and WSH objects extensively.
      >
      > It works, and is stable!
      >
      > Now, I am hesitant to post it because I have some "strongarm" code
      > that I really need to write an array for, but havent figured out how.
      > Therefore, what I am saying is, I know this app is going to get torn
      > apart, and I just dont feel up to getting flamed for my lack of
      > hardcore coding skills. Most of the code is good, but I would
      > *really* like to work with some folks who could help me clean it up
      > a abit.
      > Also, I am still working with the GUI trying to find the best layout,
      > so some little visual things will need tweaking.
      > I am still cleaning it up, but aside from the above mentioned issues,
      > it is ready for test. As far as the development cycle goes, I am at a
      > clear beta three release candidate 1.
      >
      > If you are interested, post to the forum, and I will release it!
      >
      > Wayne Burk
      > The Wombat Webalizer Configuration Editor.
      > (title open to suggestions) <smile>
      >
      >
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