[SM-Discuss] Browsers with built in search
jason at flattfamily.com
Tue Jun 17 11:55:25 EDT 2003
On Tuesday 17 June 2003 08:43 am, Martin Ruderer wrote:
> On Tue, 17 Jun 2003 15:47:20 +0200
> Martin Ruderer <martin at lddd.org> wrote:
> > On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 23:51:13 -0500
> > Zach Hobbs <zach-list at firstwavedesign.com> wrote:
> > > If you use a browser with a built in search tool on the top I've put
> > > up a little PHP file that will redirect you to the website for a
> > > spell you pass to it. I use it so that you can type in a spell in
> > > the box and it will go to that spell's website. Figure some of you
> > > guys might find it usefull sometimes.
> OK, that one should work just as yours.
> Tested with opera and firebird.
> $ tcpserver 127.0.0.1 80 bash test
> source /etc/sorcery/config
> read request
> spell=$(echo $request | perl -ple'($_)=m|/\?([^\s]+)|')
> spelldir=$(codex_find_spell_by_name $spell)
> [ ! $spelldir ] && echo "no such spell \"$spell\"" && exit 1
> codex_set_current_spell $spelldir
> echo "HTTP/1.0 302 Moved Temporarily"
> echo "Location: $WEB_SITE"
> echo ""
I modified your previous one slightly to take input from command line and use
the input that w/o parsing, as it would always give me "no such spell ".
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