Web interface to script?

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by Mike Stroud, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. Mike Stroud

    Mike Stroud Guest

    I have a perl script sitting in svn repos, associated with many web
    development projects at my work. The script scoops the repo revision
    # and dumps it into a .txt that developers then print out to their
    pages to ensure version compatiblity (for me in qa, i can see what
    version im looking at and tell quickly what is a new bug and what's
    been fixed, etc..) It was recently requested that I add a 'web based
    interface' to my script(s, we are currently working on 20+ projects)
    to basically have a 'button that runs the script before the developers
    update their local repo'.
    Im not a super perl hacker, and dont know cgi very well, is there any
    pointers you can give me on how to accomplish this (or even better, a
    script that updates on checkout)?
    Thanks!
     
    Mike Stroud, Sep 19, 2007
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