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Hi, I know that this exists already, but I can't find any code to pinch on the web. :-( The thing I want to do, is to create a searchable index on a webpage. It's a spoof newsgroup designed to take the out of someone on an Internet group. The address is url:[url]http://www.zeouane.org/peinedemort/gimmicks/[/url] I can do the HTML, but as it'll be a CGI, I reckon, there's going to be a fair bit of perl lurking in the background. :-) Thanks in advance. D. -- Desmond Coughlan |'Io non mori, e non rimasi vivo' [email]desmondzeouane.org[/email] [url]http://www.zeouane.org[/url] -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: ...

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    Hi,
    I know that this exists already, but I can't find any code to pinch on the
    web. :-(

    The thing I want to do, is to create a searchable index on a webpage. It's
    a spoof newsgroup designed to take the out of someone on an Internet
    group. The address is url:[url]http://www.zeouane.org/peinedemort/gimmicks/[/url]

    I can do the HTML, but as it'll be a CGI, I reckon, there's going to be a
    fair bit of perl lurking in the background. :-)

    Thanks in advance.

    D.

    --
    Desmond Coughlan |'Io non mori, e non rimasi vivo'
    [email]desmondzeouane.org[/email]
    [url]http://www.zeouane.org[/url]

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    Desmond Coughlan Guest

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    Desmond Coughlan wrote:
    > Hi,
    > I know that this exists already, but I can't find any code to pinch on the
    > web. :-(
    >
    > The thing I want to do, is to create a searchable index on a webpage. It's
    > a spoof newsgroup designed to take the out of someone on an Internet
    > group. The address is url:[url]http://www.zeouane.org/peinedemort/gimmicks/[/url]
    >
    > I can do the HTML, but as it'll be a CGI, I reckon, there's going to be a
    > fair bit of perl lurking in the background. :-)
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    >
    > D.
    Don't expect a whole lot of help with this here. We actually like newsgroups
    to work properly. Spoofing is not good for anyone, particularly the person who
    does it.

    Joseph

    R. Joseph Newton Guest

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    Le Wed, Nov 05, 2003 at 09:59:15PM -0800, R. Joseph Newton a écrit ...
    > > I know that this exists already, but I can't find any code to pinch on
    > > the web. :-(
    > >
    > > The thing I want to do, is to create a searchable index on a webpage.
    > > It's a spoof newsgroup designed to take the out of someone on an
    > > Internet group. The address is
    > > url:[url]http://www.zeouane.org/peinedemort/gimmicks/[/url]
    > >
    > > I can do the HTML, but as it'll be a CGI, I reckon, there's going to be
    > > a fair bit of perl lurking in the background. :-)
    > Don't expect a whole lot of help with this here. We actually like
    > newsgroups to work properly. Spoofing is not good for anyone,
    > particularly the person who does it.
    Perhaps I should be more precise. The newsgroup is not 'spoofed' in the
    sense that I wrote it to 'pretend' to be someone else. In that context,
    it's a 'genuine' site. A more accurate description would probably have
    been 'it's a humour website' ...

    I'll check out CPAN and see if they have anything suitable. Thanks.

    D.


    --
    Desmond Coughlan |'Io non mori, e non rimasi vivo'
    [email]desmondzeouane.org[/email]
    [url]http://www.zeouane.org[/url]

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