[Clipart] Upload script (using SVG::Metadata Release 0.08)
Jonadab the Unsightly One
jonadab at bright.net
Mon Jun 28 16:00:09 PDT 2004
Bryce Harrington <bryce at bryceharrington.com> writes:
> By the way, for the browser we created a template file that can be used
> by Perl programs to get the header/footer...
Parse error: parse error in
http://www.openclipart.org/includes/header.php on line 9
The clipart downloads on this site are dedicated to the Public Domain.
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: printtranslatecontrols() in
/home/projects/clipart/clipart_web/includes/footer.php on line 26
If various Perl scripts are going to be getting the header and footer,
WIBNI there were a site-specific Perl module we could use that could
set the variables $HEADER and $FOOTER for us? (They should each be a
wellformed snippet like <div class="header">...</div> I imagine.) A
third variable for meta stuff to include in the head section might not
go amiss as well; that would allow everything to share the same config
for stuff like stylesheet inclusion.
>> Oh, sorry about that, I almost forgot DateTime isn't core. (I use
>> it for, like, everything.)
> Actually, I didn't have to install DateTime;
*shrug*, maybe somebody else on freedesktop.org uses it as much as I do.
> it was SVG::Metadata, XML::Twig, Config::Simple,
I would have thought you'd have already installed SVG::Metadata and
its dependencies for the verification thingy for packaging; at any
rate, you would have needed to eventually. And adding Config::Simple
is your own fault ;-)
> CGI::Lite, and Taint. I was pretty surprised the latter two weren't
> installed, but they're there now. :-)
I'd be more surprised if CGI weren't installed than CGI::Lite. It's a
dependency for more things and so is usually installed. but CGI::Lite
often is not.
Come to think of it I'm not sure the upload script actually needs
Taint; I included my standard declaration of my taint routine that
uses it, and then I'm not sure I actually tainted anything. (I was
originally intending to use my own hand-rolled getforminput routine,
which relies on it, but then I changed my mind and went with CGI::Lite
because my handrolled routine has not been tested on file uploads very
much.) Still, Taint is a handy thing to have around. But it might be
possible to take the definition of taint (and thus the use statement
for Taint) out of there without changing anything that matters.
split//,"ten.thgirb\@badanoj$/ --";$\=$ ;-> ();print$/
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