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Re: [leafnode-list] Have There Been Changes in leafnode ?
> > Well, you can derive it from the unix time (available also in Perl, for
> > example) if you don't post more than once a second.
> I'll find out tomorrow if it works. I just redid all the headers with
Nope, the file is just sitting there. This is what I have done. perl is
set up to create the headers and write them to /root/headers. I then call
a script which runs the newsgroup statistics programme, and >> them onto
the headers file, before copying the entire thing over to the leafnode
out.going directory. My headers look like this ...
From: Statistics <SPAMstatisticsSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: alt.activism.death-penalty weekly statistics
User-Agent: Newsgroup statistics
X-Comments: With thanks to "Cab" for the perl
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-15
I run fetchnews -vvvv, and ... nope. The file is still there in out.going.
Desmond Coughlan |'Io non mori, e non rimasi vivo'
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