Is it possible to write to a file without PHP, Perl, or Asp?

  • Tirian
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello,

I and another developer have been working on creating some GPL open-source software: (http://globetrotter.xenolth.biz).

Eventually I'd like to port it in such a way so that a person using a free hosting provider like geocities could use the script. Currently it is written in PHP.

Is it possible to write to a file and then dynamically display the page without PHP, Perl or Asp (just straight JS and HTML)?

I don't think there is, but I wanted to ask the bright minds of ozzu!

Also, any ideas of how to get around this problem?

Thanks!

~Tirian
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  • this213
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You could use C

Sorry, couldn't resist
  • rjstephens
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There are ways ("PUT" for example) but none of them are going to be any more accessible to users of free hosts than PHP, ASP, Perl, or anything else.
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Thanks!

:lol: Yah, I know this213. My coding knowledge doesn't extend to far beyond C. :oops:

~Tirian
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g3eocities users aren't going to be able to use C, ya know.
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Yes, I know.

I guess you get what you pay for.

~Tirian

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