I've compiled 5.0a and have the w3c command line tool working.
I'm trying to access a URL that executes a cgi-bin routine
when you fill in three fields of a form using a typical forms-capable
I'm brand-new to this (obviously) and can't find much guidance in the
documentation. I've found some hints in the www-lib archives...
Here's what the HTML for the form page looks like
<p><form METHOD="Post" ACTION="cgi-bin/resinq.exe"></p>
Date: <input TYPE="TEXT" NAME="date" SIZE=11> Enter date in MM/DD/YY form
City: <input TYPE="TEXT" NAME="city" SIZE=6> Enter standard two or three city code
Temp: <input TYPE="TEXT" NAME="temperature" SIZE=5> Enter high/low
<p><input Type="submit" VALUE="Submit">
From what I've read, I think I can use w3c's -post option to (in effect)
submit the filled-in form request? If I'm right about this, can someone
give me pointers to examples wherein:
a) the post argument is read from a file
b) the post argument is generated inside a hacked version of w3c and
held in a char array or some such thing
P.S. I'm aware that w3c terminate_handler() has a Cleanup() function
call that needs to be commented out if the w3c client is to receive
the response from the server's cgi-bin...