[hobbit] client ext script example
Al.Jeffcoat at orhs.org
Wed Aug 10 16:16:41 CEST 2005
Here's how you do it.
Put the script in the $HOBBITCLIENT/ext directory, make sure it is
executable and owned by hobbit.
Then, in the $HOBBITCLIENT/etc/clientlaunch.cfg file, add a stanza for
your script, like so:
Hope that helps,
From: Lee J. Imber [mailto:toaster at imber.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2005 10:06 AM
To: hobbit at hswn.dk
Subject: [hobbit] client ext script example
Been trying to get a external script running with a hobbit client and
a hobbit server.
The script runs on the client and I just want it to take the data it
gets from the script and
create a new column on the server with the output in that alert.
The script only needs to be run for this one application on the
hobbit client, can't be run on the server.
Does anyone have a short howto or a very simple client side script
that they can post so I have
a working model to tweak?
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