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From Bon <...@hknet.com>
Subject Re: os-windows/3015: .exe cgi don't work--500 internal error
Date Thu, 08 Oct 1998 08:48:27 GMT
On 5 Oct 1998 shaneo@raleigh.ibm.com wrote:

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> Synopsis: .exe cgi don't work--500 internal error
> State-Changed-From-To: open-feedback
> State-Changed-By: shaneo@raleigh.ibm.com
> State-Changed-When: Sun Oct  4 21:15:54 PDT 1998
> State-Changed-Why:
> I just tried an exe cgi that was not wrapped in a bat
> file and it worked great.  Could you please try to reproduce
> your error using 1.3.2.  You should not have to wrap C cgi's
> in bat files in order to get them to work..At least I can get
> exe's to work directly with 1.3.2
> Thanks for using Apache
here is my setting for the handlers

# To use CGI scripts:
AddHandler cgi-script .cgi
AddHandler cgi-script .exe
AddHandler cgi-script .bat

and, the same, if I have the URL as "http://bonso/cgi-bin/a.exe?hihi=lolo"
return as:
Internal Server Error
Premature end of script headers 

but, if I use "http://bonso/cgi-bin/a.bat?hihi=lolo"
work fine and return:
length is: 9 

my script is a C++ program and use GNU compiler
the program is 
== start ==
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>

void main()
{       printf("Content-type: text/html\n\n");
	char *envstr;
	envstr = getenv("QUERY_STRING");
	if (envstr == NULL)
		printf("it is null\n");
	else	printf(">>%s<<\n",envstr);
	printf("<br>length is: %d\n",strlen(envstr)); 
=== end ===

I am using Apache 1.3.2 (Win32) on a Windows 95 4.00.950.B machine
thanks for your help
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