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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Why does your radio blog have a link on it pointing to 127.0.0.1? Is that where all the porn is? ;-)
    • by gnat (29) on 2002.05.22 10:51 (#8706) Journal
      Radio is a Windows program that runs in the background, serving web pages from 127.0.0.1:5335. Those web pages are how you interact with it. It's nifty.

      Those 127.0.0.1 URLs are convenience URLs for people who are also running Radio. Click on the OPML Coffee Mug and it takes you to a "subscribe to this outline" page with the URL of my outline already filled in.

      --Nat

      • So is the outline editor also a windows program, or is it a web frontend thing?
        • The Radio application, which commonly runs in the background, can pop up windows. At this point it's a little like a cross between a software IDE and text editor. The only file editor it offers is the outline editor--code, docs, and web pages are all outlines to Radio. Everywhere you look there's a hierarchy :-)

          So to edit an outline you leave the web interface behind and use Radio's native GUI functionality directly.

          --Nat

          • You can have a free 30 day trial. It's worth playing with. And in a few hours there'll be docs on getting started with it as Essential Blogging goes to wide-open public tech review :-).

            --Nat