Yes, at the end. I will try putting some simple PHP uploader on the same server to make sure it's not Apache's fault and let you know about the results.
Just a note about the CGI/POST issue. I've checked with Reboek a bit on that and it looks the CGI mode is not yet fully implemented in R3 nor tested (there are some issues on both Linux and Win platforms). Someone interested in that feature needs to fix that ;-)
To be precise, someone with interest in that feature AND C-knowledge :-)
Is anyone chatting with him to see why all the citation requests are being added?
Hi Ladislav, Is there any way I could help ?
He is a problematic editor, trying to delete large parts of articles he dislikes. In this case, the Rebol article is innocent. I think that he found out I edited the article and wanted to show me "who is the boss there".
Other than that, there are at least two editors needed to revert his edits when he makes undesirable changes.
Can't he be flagged as destructive and blocked to edit (at least) the Rebol pages?
You may want to use an existing one instead, the amount of issues that need work arounds with async modes is pretty big.
Also IIRC either my async:// or Romano's atcp:// work in server mode so you may want to use that instead.
Gab, was hoping to understand the basic premise, even if the caveats are muddy. I'd like to at least be able to say (to myself)--'this is the general idea, you might have trouble here, there, etc.'. While I have specific short-term goals for which my code is sufficient, I would like to have a more general appreciation of design choices even if ASYNC-MODES aren't destined for the next generation.