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Re^2: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone

by jdporter (Canon)
on Jul 11, 2012 at 21:45 UTC ( #981261=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone
in thread RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone

Um... What do I have to do to get the images to display? (Looking at page source, it seems as though some JSP/PHP/something-server-side is being fed straight through rather than executed.)

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Re^3: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone
by kimmel (Beadle) on Jul 11, 2012 at 21:47 UTC
Re^3: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone
by frozenwithjoy (Priest) on Jul 11, 2012 at 21:51 UTC
    I changed the default viewer mode. Click on the link again and let me know if that helps. If not, what do you see?

    edit: nm, you can just go to kimmel's github!

      I see nothing! Well, not exactly nothing. The main part of the screen is a light gray, just empty. At the top there is a white (or yellowish) bar, empty. At the bottom is some kind of standard footer with a few links, but I don't see anything helpful there.

      Viewing page source, I still see what looks like code intended to be executed server side. It is inside an element, <script id="minus_template_cache" type="text/x-dot-template">

        That's odd. I've never had any issues with http://minus.com/. What browser/OS are you using? Approx how many lines are there when you look at source? I get ~3800.

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[Corion]: ambrus: AnyEvent(::HTTP) doesn't integrate well with Prima, that's my main problem
[Corion]: There is a weirdo shim because there is a POE integration for Prima, and if you use that, you can use the POE adapter of AnyEvent. What I'd want is something transport agnostic that parses HTTP or produces HTTP output, so that the communication with ...
[Corion]: ... the socket is done by my code. Ideally that module would not be based on callbacks ;)
[Corion]: Basically, something that decouples the HTTP parsing (+ determining whether to redirect, etc) from the IO
[Corion]: All clients I'm aware of don't do that but issue all IO themselves

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