Load a python script from html - solution

Samantha dub98xfs at ureach.com
Fri Aug 16 17:40:23 CEST 2002


I used an iframe html tag to solve my problem.

<iframe src="http://blah.com/foo.php" width="3" height="32">
</iframe>

Thanks to all who helped.

Samantha  <dub98xfs at ureach.com> wrote in message news:<mailman.1028922505.17304.python-list at python.org>...

> I have tried doing this:

> 

> <html>

> <!--#exec a-unix-proggy-->

> </html>

> 

> and this:

> 

> <!--#include <a-unix-proggy-->

> 

> I don't think I put #1 in a .shtml file. I intend to try that.

> 

> I heard of some python module that has to be put in the http.conf (for a unix based 

> system) in order to have python scripts run from html the way cgi and php can.

> 

> Meanwhile, I found that this somewhat convoluted method does work:

> 

> <html>

> <?php

> $aVariable=`type in command line arguments to get a script to execute`;

> echo $aVariable ;

> //$aVariable should have the info I need to be dumped into the html page

> ?>

> </html

> 

> Lesson: back ticks(sp?) are friends to every lazy coder :)

> 

> Thanks to everyone for their help

> 

> -Samantha

> 

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> ---- On Mon, 5 Aug 2002, Sebastian Roth (xsebbi at gmx.de) wrote:

> 

> > On Monday 05 August 2002 05:26, Roger wrote:

> > > Using shtml?

> > >

> > > If this is unix, try the path to unix on the first line of your

> > > python script:

> > > #!/usr/bin/python   # or whatever on your system.

> > >

> > > In the .shtml file, put:

> > > <!--#exec cmd=/location/of/python/script-->

> > >

> > > see if that works.

> > 

> > What about "include virtual" ? Worked fine for me...

> > 

> > 		Sebastian

> > 

> > 

> >



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