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Re: Creating a Directory Site

by dash2 (Hermit)
on Aug 12, 2003 at 15:17 UTC ( #283226=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Creating a Directory Site

Is writing your own code the way to go for this? Link directories are pretty common, and not that difficult. You will almost certainly find an open source version (PHP, Perl, or whatever) somewhere that will do the job fine for you. Search around the usual places: sourceforge, CPAN, maybe even the commercial script directories like hotscripts and CGI resources.

This is assuming that you don't actively want to code this, in order to further your skills. If so, then go ahead.

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Re: Re: Creating a Directory Site
by deliria (Hermit) on Aug 12, 2003 at 15:30 UTC
    One of the commercial ones with which i have had good experiences so far is hyperseek.. Does a good job, it's in perl, templateble and it goes for $499, which isn't that much at all.. Might be interesting.

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[Corion]: Nicholas Clark++ # read for a multichar block-delimiter by scanning for the last char, and only then check whether the whole delimiter was read.
[Corion]: At least if you're appending the data read to a larger buffer, this means you avoid the situation of "a delimiter was found but the other half has not been read yet"
choroba misses the context
[Corion]: choroba: Optimizing how Perl reads source code on startup (and then processes it line-by-line)
[Corion]: But in general, it seems to be an interesting approach I should think about - whenever I'm searching for something, to consider if I could search for the end of the token instead of the start of the token

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