[PYTHONMAC-SIG] CGI error condition
Thu, 04 Dec 1997 12:27:08 +0100
Recently, Tasselli Marco <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> When the bundled applet used for CGI (compiled with mkapplet) encounter
> an error condition (outside a try/except clause), it stop executing
> leaving the stdout window open with a <<terminated>> title.
> The problem is that there is no way to quit the program, in order to
> correct it, other than using a command-option-escape sequence and, of
> course, this is not possible at all if you use Timbuktu to control a
> remote server.
Try clearing the "keep console open on normal/error exit" by dropping
the applet on editpythonprefs.
On a side note: since you seem to be actually *using* the CGI stuff:
do you think you could provide me with some reasonably easy to
understand (and generally useable) example CGI scripts? I created the
framework and did some cursory tests, but never got around to actually
exercising the stuff...
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