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#!/usr/bin/perl -wT ######################################################### # Muse # A "Web of Content" Manager by Adrian P. Dunston # # This is a sort of dumbed down single user of the # Everything Engine that Perlmonks runs on. # (www.everydevel.com) # # Write different nodes or "musings" and link them # together by surrounding certain words with [brackets]. # In the case of the last sentence, the word "brackets" # links to the node of that title. ######################################################### use strict; use warnings; use CGI qw(:standard); use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser); start(); sub start { my $cgi = new CGI; my $output; my $node_text; my $node = param("node"); my $text = param("text"); print $cgi->header; # Untaint ($node) = $node =~ /([A-Za-z0-9 -_.,?]{1,30})/g; # If text has been passed, put it into its node. if ($text) { open(NODE, ">data/$node.musing") or die "Couldn't open data/$n +ode.musing for writing because $!"; print NODE $text; close NODE; } # If the user wants to see a node, show it to him with a form for +editing it. if ($node) { if (open(NODE, "data/$node.musing")) { $node_text .= $_ while <NODE>; $output = $node_text; $output =~ s|\[(.+?)\]|<a href="muse.cgi?node=$1">$1</a>|g +; $output = "\n\n<table width=\"65\%\" style=\"margin-left: +50\"><tr><td>\n" . $output . "</td></tr></table>\n\n"; } else { $output = "There is currently no musing \"$node\". You ar +e welcome to create your own."; } $output = "<html>\n<head><title>$node - Muse</title></head>\n< +body>\n" . "<b style=\"font-size: 18pt\">$node</b><br><br>$output\n<b +r><br><br>\n"; $output .= '<form action="muse.cgi" method="post">'; $output .= "\nEdit the node:<br>\n<textarea name=\"text\" rows +=\"5\" cols=\"50\">$node_text</textarea><br>\n"; $output .= "<input type=\"hidden\" name=\"node\" value=\"$node +\">\n"; $output .= "<input type=\"submit\" value=\"Edit Musing\">\n</f +orm>\n"; $output .= "<hr>\n"; $output .= '<form action="muse.cgi" method="post"><input type= +"text" name="node"><input type="submit" value="New Musing"></form>'; $output .= '[ <a href="muse.cgi">Muse</a> ] '; $output .= "</body>\n</html>"; # Otherwise, show him the list of nodes in the system. } else { my @file = <data/*.musing>; foreach (@file) { s|data/||; # Get rid of data/ s/\.musing//; # Get rid of .musing $output .= "<li><a href=\"muse.cgi?node=$_\">$_</a></li>\n +"; } $output = "<html>\n<head><title>Muse</title></head>\n<body>\n< +u><b style=\"font-size: 24pt\">MUSE</b></u><br><br>\n" . "Musings: \n<ul>\n$output\n</ul>"; $output .= '<form action="muse.cgi" method="post"><input type= +"text" name="node"><input type="submit" value="New Musing"></form>'; $output .= "</body>\n</html>"; } ## OUTPUT print $output; }

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