Yes, I was reminded of the <pre> </pre> tags, and that solved it.

On Apr 12, 2009, at 3:58 PM, Modulok wrote:

I don't know what program you're using for your CGI stuff, but
basically all that is needed is the '<pre></pre>' tags. Here is an
example which uses PHP to call the system 'calendar' command:

        <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
        <title>Modulore Training Media</title>
Hello world. Calling UNIX calendar program via PHP:
system("calendar -f calendar.history");

On 4/11/09, Charles Howse <> wrote:

On Apr 11, 2009, at 2:07 PM, Robert Huff wrote:

Charles Howse writes:

Now, when I run that script in a terminal, the output is perfectly
formatted, multiple lines (if there are multiple events on this
date first, event, year.  Just right.

But, when I put that in an "include" statement in a webpage, the
output is a single line, regardless of whether there are multiple
You can see a bad example here:


How can I make multiple events show on separate lines, like it
does in terminal?

        Would I be correct in believing you're unfamiliar with html?

You would most certainly NOT BE CORRECT.  I've had my own server
running Apache for years.

I don't think this is something that can be solved with html tags, but
I will try Brad's suggestions.
Read man calendar about how it uses cpp, and how the calendar.* files
are formatted.
If I recall, I used this same technique years ago and had a simple,
elegant way of solving it using some default tool like col, though
that doesn't seem to work now.

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