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I have installed the Bugzilla 2.18 with GD installed. The report.cgi results a broken image when trying to retrieve a graphical report. So, I am thinking about to run the report.cgi / query.cgi in debug mode. Question: What's the syntax in putting a cgi script in debug mode? Thanks!...

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    Default How do I set a cgi script in debug mode

    I have installed the Bugzilla 2.18 with GD installed. The report.cgi
    results a broken image when trying to retrieve a graphical report.

    So, I am thinking about to run the report.cgi / query.cgi in debug
    mode.

    Question: What's the syntax in putting a cgi script in debug mode?

    Thanks!

    kaka.hui@gmail.com Guest

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    Default Re: How do I set a cgi script in debug mode

    On 22 Jun 2005 17:15:01 -0700, com <com> wrote: 
     

    Wouldn't it be easier to do a view source of the HTML that the cgi
    outputs, and see what the path is to the image it can't find? Then, fix
    your CGI to match the path where it's at, or fix where it's at to match
    the path in the CGI.
     

    What color is paint? It depends on too many things. Fix the problem
    directly. Find out where your script is looking & make it look at where
    the images are, one way or the other.

    Dave Hinz

    Dave Guest

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    Default Re: How do I set a cgi script in debug mode

    On 2005-06-23, <com> wrote:
     

    IIRC, maybe CGI::Carp::fatalsToBrowser would help in this situation.



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