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Spell Check Issue


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jbottero
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Dec 25, 2004, 4:00 PM

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Spell Check Issue Can't Post

I’ve installed according to the instructions, but the spell check does not seem to work right.

When I open it from the tool bar, all I see to get in the pop-up window area (where I would assume to see the plug-in working it's way through my miss-spelled copy) is the perl code to the plug-in itself.



Code
#! /usr/bin/perl -w 

# Spell Checker Plugin for HTMLArea-3.0
# Sponsored by www.americanbible.org
# Implementation by Mihai Bazon, http://dynarch.com/mishoo/
#
# (c) dynarch.com 2003.
# Distributed under the same terms as HTMLArea itself.
# This notice MUST stay intact for use (see license.txt).
#
# $Id: spell-check-logic.cgi,v 1.10 2004/01/31 13:47:05 mishoo Exp $


...and so on.

The plug-in dir is where it should be, and my server has perl at that location (/usr/bin/perl), aspell is there... so what gives?

Is is possible that apache is not configured to allow .pl or .cgi outside the cgi-bin dir? How would I check that?


(This post was edited by jbottero on Dec 25, 2004, 5:33 PM)

 
 
 


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