Alan Stewart astewart at
Thu Mar 7 21:36:04 CST 2002

On 7 Mar 02, at 19:23, Joe Crawford wrote:

> ~sdpm~
> On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Joel Fentin wrote:
> >
> > I hope and presume I have solved this one. With three different
> > browsers on two computers, I can't see this. And I can't see it with
> > my personal server either. The shebang has -w in all cases.
> I looked this morning as well - I viewed your page with:
> and got back the same result in
> the http headers.
> HTH,
> 	- Joe

This shows up in the http headers, not the html head or body, so a browser won't show 
you. Joe used the service noted above to examine the http connection in one direction. I 
use Proxomitron, which in addition to it's main job as a dynamite web filter, also serves 
as a quickie http debugger in both directions: watch what the browser and your script are 
saying; lie to the web server about which browser you are using to see how it reacts; etc.

You can also see these errors if you run a cgi script from the command line.

Anyway, the warning message only gets emitted BECAUSE you have -w on your shebang. The 
non-anal way to get rid of it is to remove the -w after other testing is done, but you 
didn't hear ME recommend that.

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