Have never written a CGI in my life but you got me thinking; a
quick Google found me a php script to "print" a folder listing.
So now my .lc script on my on-rev serve puts the url of the .php
page on the server with the mp3s into a variable -- which gives
me the list of file names I was trying to get via ftp. Works slick.
On 2017.07.19, 2:16, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode wrote:
Tim Selander wrote:
> My company gave up on hosting our email and website at on-rev.com
> back when they were having lots of reliability problems. We're
> a host in Japan; no LC server installed, nor is it installable.
> I still have our Founder's account on on-rev.com, and use
quite a few
> .lc scripts, calling them from iframes in web pages hosted on
> Our radio programs' mp3 files are stored on the new host. I
> of my scripts on on-rev.com to get the directory listing of
> files on the new host.
FTP is probably not the best solution for this, for reasons too
numerable to list this morning.
But for the task as described, other simpler, more efficient, and
more secure alternatives exist:
Can you run a CGI on the server holding the MP3 files to obtain
Or, if they're within you're web root, can you use Apache's
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