[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: > On 09 Jul 2001 11:27:36 +0200 Martin Geisler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > >Have you seen the latest code in CVS? The index.php page does exactly > >that, if I'm not mistaken. > Pretty obvious I haven't... ;-) No... I've just uploaded a snapshot of it so that you can play with it here: http://phpweather.sourceforge.net/phpweather-CVS/ The copy runs without any configuration - pretty cool I think. The backend 'null' uses files to store the various information. You can also take a look at the configurator: http://phpweather.sourceforge.net/phpweather-CVS/configurator.php It doesn't work because we can't write to the directory. > >But it would be great if you would help build a page for PHP > >Weather - I'll add a directory to CVS called 'web' which will > >contain the pages. I'll then set up a cron job at SourceForge that > >will checkout the pages from CVS every 15 minutes. I believe that's > >how people usually do it. > > I'll look into it... if the weather starts to cool down a bit... > It's 28 degrees C here and rising! Yes - it's hot here too! The temperature reached 30 degrees C here yesterday, but fortunately it will be a little cooler today. > Sven-Erik Andersen > > > -- > Get your firstname@lastname email for FREE at http://Nameplanet.com/?su > > -- Best regards, Martin Geisler Checkout http://www.gimpster.com for: PHP Weather => Shows the current weather on your webpages. PHP Shell => A telnet-connection (almost :-) in a PHP page.