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Re: Re: A call for cblast35 mirrors

by bart (Canon)
on Dec 12, 2002 at 12:39 UTC ( #219303=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: A call for cblast35 mirrors
in thread A call for cblast35 mirrors

This version rocks. Not only is the server responding very fast, but also it got rid of those ugly annoying and unnecessary textareas. One problem with those is that the browser, when you ask to reload the page, may refuse to refresh the contents of those input fields. The idea behind this is, of course, for you to retain any edits you have made before.

One minor problem: the server clock must be off a bit. It's 13:28 CET now (12:28 GMT), and your clock says Pacific Time is 11:51:37. I have no idea what time zone that is... but at least, the minute count surely cannot be right.

You can always check your clock settings at this site.

Hmm... A feature I'd like, perhaps when I set up my own mirror, is to represent the time in the user's own localtime. So, where's your source? :-)


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Re: Re: Re: A call for cblast35 mirrors
by Chady (Priest) on Dec 12, 2002 at 17:24 UTC

    well, that version is actually not mine, this is blakem's code...

    however, I have set up another XHTML version with a different look at
    http://209.15.63.121/cgi-bin/perlmonks/cblast35x.cgi (mirror broken) which is basically a cleanup of blakem's version.

    here is the source of cblast35x.cgi
    He who asks will be a fool for five minutes, but he who doesn't ask will remain a fool for life.

    Chady | http://chady.net/

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