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-- AndreaSterbini - 22 Aug 2003

I added the standard "Plugin Installation Instructions" and "Plugin Info" sections to make it consistent with other Plugin packages.

BTW, for the signature in the Plugins topic it is better to write TWiki:Main/AuthorName instead of Main.AuthorName since the InterwikiPlugin link works also when the Plugin is installed on a site other then TWiki.org.

-- PeterThoeny - 22 Aug 2003

Note: This plugin will be discontinued shortly

I am finishing the last touches to a generalization of this plugin ... it's called ProgramsPlugin:

  • you can add new command definitions just by editing the plugin topic
    • bash, make, gprolog runs very well
  • the program is run against a timeout
  • the program runs either in topic's web directory or in the topic's attachment one
  • some twiki variables are passed through the environment (web, topic, datadir, pubdir, user)
  • you can use the commands as form actions with the enclosed doit script
  • I am working on jailing the execution in a chrooted environment (with Jail)
    • else in a virtual machine? (bochs, plex86, user-mode-linux ...)

-- AndreaSterbini - 27 Aug 2003

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