Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Scripting on Linux
Author: Emmanuel M. Décarie Posted: 5/17/1999; 6:29:25 AM Topic: Scripting on Linux Msg #: 6341 Prev/Next: 6340 / 6342
What is the state of interapplication messaging on Linux (keep in mind that this question is coming from a Mac user)?
For example, if I'm browsing the Web with Netscape, is it possible to ask Perl to get the URL of Netscape frontmost window?
Another example. If I'm getting a Web page with Perl (LWP), can I pipe the result to Netscape, so it will display the result in this browser?
This is trivial stuff to do on a Mac, is it possible on Linux?
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Scripting on Linux, Eric Kidd, 5/17/1999; 7:11:17 AM
- Re: Scripting on Linux, Paul Snively, 5/17/1999; 11:07:25 AM
- Re: Scripting on Linux, firstname.lastname@example.org, 5/17/1999; 8:22:19 PM
- Re: Scripting on Linux (And general Unix), William Crim, 5/17/1999; 8:43:39 PM
- Examples of Scripting on Linux, Mark A. Hershberger, 5/17/1999; 11:56:00 PM
- Scripting Netscape on Unix, Mark A. Hershberger, 5/18/1999; 1:50:16 PM
- Re: Scripting on Linux, michael j lawley, 5/18/1999; 5:12:40 PM
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