RE: downloady filenames

2001-06-12 Thread Robert Thompson
From: Robin Szemeti [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 12 June 2001 03:14 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: downloady filenames ISTR somebody explaing the magic incantations you could put after Content-type: text/some-funny-application in order for the browser to try and save it as

RE: downloady filenames

2001-06-12 Thread Robin Szemeti
On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Robert Thompson wrote: From: Robin Szemeti [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 12 June 2001 03:14 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: downloady filenames ISTR somebody explaing the magic incantations you could put after Content-type: text/some-funny-application

Re: downloady filenames

2001-06-12 Thread Roger Burton West
On or about Tue, Jun 12, 2001 at 09:10:32AM +0100, Robin Szemeti typed: someone somewhere a few weeks ago posted something about an extra line you could put not dissimilar to 'Apparent-filename: something.xyz' .. its not so much a mime types thing but a browser thing .. Content-Disposition. R

RE: downloady filenames

2001-06-12 Thread Jon Galliers
This seemed to work. print Content-type:application/whatever\n.Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=$file\n\n Thanks Jon * Jon Galliers [EMAIL PROTECTED] Programmer Perl/C++/MySQL/DB2/Java Design Net http://www.design.net.uk

RE: downloady filenames

2001-06-12 Thread Robin Szemeti
On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Jon Galliers wrote: This seemed to work. print Content-type:application/whatever\n.Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=$file\n\n yadda! .. thats the cookie! .. a thousand thanks ;) right I can stop my cvs files coming up as .'something.pl' now ... ta muchly.