Re: Whois Implementations
Martin Hamilton <M.T.Hamilton@lut.ac.uk> Wed, 08 September 1993 18:37 UTC
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Date: Wed, 08 Sep 1993 19:11:03 +0100
From: Martin Hamilton <M.T.Hamilton@lut.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: Whois Implementations
To: Joan Gargano <email@example.com>
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> PERL and WAIS > Martin Hamilton <M.T.Hamilton@lut.ac.uk> > whois++ -> ftp://ftp.adelaide.edu.au/pub/whois/whois++beta.tar.Z The Adelaide implementation is a gateway into X.500 via the LDAP and Quipu/ISODE - contact Mark Prior <firstname.lastname@example.org> My Perl version is coming along nicely, though I've abandoned WAIS in favour of a home-brew full-text engine ;-) Martin PS I can't seem to find the "help" template - perhaps because it's not been written up yet?!? Is Rickard's interpretation (see below) acceptable to everyone? ... Template-Type: HELP Handle: HELP01 Subject: HELP Helptext: This is an experimental whois++ server. See available commands with "commands". More help is available for some commands with "help <command>". For help on searching, use "help search" (You can keep the connection from being closed with the "hold" command). This server responds to centroid commands.