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in thread Page Isn't Working Right Under PerlRun And 2 More Questions

eric256,

Regardless of which link I try first, all subsequent links fail. That first link does keeps working. And any link I execute first works under PerlRun. But all other links fail after I pick a first and execute it. I have to stop and restart Apache to pick another link and have it work. And all function including all links work correctly under CGI. I hope I'm communicating OK.

I included the 2nd question, because I was hoping that maybe someone might know what is necessary under Apache to load Javascript code into a Perl script rersiding in the CGI directory. I was thinking that this is a common task in Perl.

I asked the 3rd question about the TAR file because I'm trying to look at the Dojo stuff. I guess I was hoping for a pointer on how to unpack a TAR file on a Windows platform.

I apologize for asking inappropriate questions.

craigt
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Re^3: Page Isn't Working Right Under PerlRun And 2 More Questions
by Aim9b (Monk) on Nov 19, 2007 at 18:47 UTC
    I've downloaded tgz files from some sites & have had to rename them to a .zip in order for winzip (on my XP box) to be able to access them.
    In one case, the final extension (tgz) just had to be dropped, & it worked.
      Aim9b,

      I tried the rename and WinZip gave a 'File Corrupt' message. I re-downloaded Dojo and Winzip and it worked with the original Dojo filename (dojo-release-1.0.0.tar.gz I think). I hadn't considered that there was something wrong with my copy of WinZip. Thanks Aim9b.

      craigt
        Glad to hear you've solved it. Here's the "nested" issue I had back in Aug of this year...

        I had to rename the perldoc.tar.tar to perldoc.tgz (based on some previous perl surfing)& WinZip 8.0 opened it & found 1 file inside "perldoc.tar", I extracted it to a \perl_dev\doc folder & then Winzip extracted the 1,213 html/pdf/css/gif/js files. Drug a shortcut to my tool bar & I am good to go. Thanks.