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Id: 14885
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Subject: [PATCH] Documentation fixes from bleadperl
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Below are the Pod differences between the stock CGI.pm-3.11 and the CGI.pm currently in bleadperl. --- CGI.pm.old 2005-08-03 16:14:55.000000000 -0500 +++ CGI.pm 2005-10-02 22:47:39.000000000 -0500 @@ -5971,7 +5971,7 @@ =item 5. An optional fifth parameter (-novals) can be set to a true value and -indicates to suppress the val attribut in each option element within +indicates to suppress the val attribute in each option element within the optgroup. See the discussion on optgroup at W3C @@ -6678,7 +6678,7 @@ called JavaScript. Internet Explorer, 3.0 and higher, supports a closely-related dialect called JScript. JavaScript isn't the same as Java, and certainly isn't at all the same as Perl, which is a great -pity. JavaScript allows you to programatically change the contents of +pity. JavaScript allows you to programmatically change the contents of fill-out forms, create new windows, and pop up dialog box from within Netscape itself. From the point of view of CGI scripting, JavaScript is quite useful for validating fill-out forms prior to submitting @@ -7378,13 +7378,15 @@ compatibility routine "ReadParse" is provided. Porting is simple: OLD VERSION + require "cgi-lib.pl"; &ReadParse; print "The value of the antique is $in{antique}.\n"; NEW VERSION + use CGI; - CGI::ReadParse; + CGI::ReadParse(); print "The value of the antique is $in{antique}.\n"; CGI.pm's ReadParse() routine creates a tied variable named %in,
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I'm just noting for the bug tracker that these doc patches were merged in some time ago. Thanks! Mark On Sun Oct 02 23:49:14 2005, SMPETERS wrote: Show quoted text
> Below are the Pod differences between the stock CGI.pm-3.11 and the > CGI.pm currently in bleadperl. > > --- CGI.pm.old 2005-08-03 16:14:55.000000000 -0500 > +++ CGI.pm 2005-10-02 22:47:39.000000000 -0500 > @@ -5971,7 +5971,7 @@ > =item 5. > > An optional fifth parameter (-novals) can be set to a true value and > -indicates to suppress the val attribut in each option element within > +indicates to suppress the val attribute in each option element within > the optgroup. > > See the discussion on optgroup at W3C > @@ -6678,7 +6678,7 @@ > called JavaScript. Internet Explorer, 3.0 and higher, supports a > closely-related dialect called JScript. JavaScript isn't the same as > Java, and certainly isn't at all the same as Perl, which is a great > -pity. JavaScript allows you to programatically change the contents of > +pity. JavaScript allows you to programmatically change the contents > of > fill-out forms, create new windows, and pop up dialog box from within > Netscape itself. From the point of view of CGI scripting, JavaScript > is quite useful for validating fill-out forms prior to submitting > @@ -7378,13 +7378,15 @@ > compatibility routine "ReadParse" is provided. Porting is simple: > > OLD VERSION > + > require "cgi-lib.pl"; > &ReadParse; > print "The value of the antique is $in{antique}.\n"; > > NEW VERSION > + > use CGI; > - CGI::ReadParse; > + CGI::ReadParse(); > print "The value of the antique is $in{antique}.\n"; > > CGI.pm's ReadParse() routine creates a tied variable named %in,


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