You need a script that does a system call to SWISH-E and parses the results.
There are some scripts floating around that do this. Have a look at:
You should be able to run a PERL script via SSI. I don't know of any
current scripts that work via SSI, but, it would be trivial to make it work.
Whether your host allows you to provide your own CGI scripts is the only
question. There are some security considerations that must be watched
carefully when doing system calls, though.
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