Philip Reynolds said:
> Dave Wilson's [dave.wilson at heanet.ie] 22 lines of wisdom included:
> :>> I'm trying to write a CGI or something that'll output something
> :>> continuous. As a tester, something like:
> :>I'm going purely from memory here, so I may be misleading you, but ISTR tha
> :>in Apache it sufficed to rename your CGI script so that the name starts wit
> :>"nph-", and begin your output with "200 OK\nContent-type: text/html\n\n"
>> You can use a technique called Server push as well.
For another example of this, go to metacrawler and snoop the traffic as
you do a search, it gives a nice demo of it.
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