Re: Transferring IP to Web Page

From: Xual (
Date: 02/03/99

On Wed, 3 Feb 1999, Corey Elliott wrote:

> sockets, etc.  What I was wanting to do is have a web page updated,
> everytime I
> boot up the mud, with the current IP address of the machine it is running
> on.  I
> had a web page working when it was on the unix box, based roughly on the
> who_2html code but this will not work for what I was playing with.  Is this
> possible??? Well, I mean, is this too much work for the little return.  I
> know it is
> possible, you would have to basically code an ftp protocol into the mud the
> way I
> see it. Would someone tell me if this is a stupid idea or not....  I would
> really like
> to do this but I'm not sure if it is currently in my realm of programming.

Sounds like a job for perl, luckily there is a port for Windows.  If
you're comfortable with C, it shouldn't be too difficult to learn enough
to whip up a quick script, what with all of the online docs and free
scripts available to mangle and hack.

> This is in text isn't it?

Yup :)

"Misery is boundless"
        -Xual the Torturer, on the Eve of the Sundering.

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