Running my script on the command line has one of two effects.
If I first specify the lib folders for Swish using "use lib", I get the
> Can't load 'c:\Perl\site\lib\/auto/SWISH/API/API.dll': load_file:The
specified module could not be found at c:\Perl\lib\/DynaLoader.pm
If I don't, I get an alert saying that zlib isn't properly installed,
when I know that it is in c:\Perl\lib\Compress\Zlib.pm.
David L Norris wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-11-10 at 13:32 -0800, max thom stahl wrote:
>> "it" is the SWISH::API perl module.
> In theory, that should work. However, I can't say that I recall anyone
> ever mentioning it. Unfortunately, my call for Windows testers went
> entirely unanswered.
> First thing is to make sure that SWISH\API\API.dll was installed to the
> correct Perl library location. (e.g., c:\perl\lib\SWISH\API\API.dll)
>>>> either a 404 error, which is baffling, or I get an error that the script
>>>> didn't return any headers. Both of those error messages are pretty
>>>> useless to me.
> "didn't return any headers" suggests that the program did run but
> printed out something other than CGI/HTTP headers. Possibly an error
> message or maybe nothing at all. Maybe you could run the script from a
> command line (perl swish.cgi) and see what happens?
Received on Fri Nov 10 15:00:35 2006