I got to recompile php to do this (me too lazy), can't I do this with the
network/filesystem functions? will keep this in mind though.



-----Original Message-----
From: Jason G. [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, 5 November 2001 4:14 PM
To: Joseph Blythe
Subject: Re: [PHP] Posting variables to a cgi without a form

I believe cURL is great at this.  Php supports cURL.  go to

-Jason Garber

At 03:40 PM 11/5/2001 +1030, you wrote:
>Hey all,
>What is the best wat to post some variables to a cgi file and capture the
>output so I may strip out all the html tags, I want to replace a forms
>action with a php script which will mimic a forms post method, allowing me
>to better format the response, as at the moment the cgi is written in c and
>creates a whole html page which i need to strip back down to text before I
>can include it in my site.
>I know about the string and filesysytem functions, sort of looking for a
>quick example of passing the variables to the cgi and capturing the output.
>Any help much appreciated,
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