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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36710] - CGI output not captured
Date Thu, 29 Sep 2005 20:58:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From sk_np@krude.de  2005-09-29 22:58 -------
Sorry, but that's rubbish. Of course ping.exe will terminate, but ping.exe is
not the matter, it was just an example. Take for another example any hello world
program. It's output will not be seen by the client if this program is called by
cmd.exe running as an Apache CGI.
Can anybody understand the problem?
Isn't it a bug if the output of an scripted CGI never reaches the user?
Isn't it a bug if the same script runs well with Microsoft IIS?
Isn't it a bug if (nearly) the same script runs well with Apache/Unix?

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