Perl CGI script to provide a web based interface to a local RePEc Archive
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Bibliographic InfoSoftware component provided by RePEc Team in its series RePEc scripts with number shuetrim.
Date of creation: 24 Nov 1999
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Note: This software is provided for public non-commercial purposes only. The author takes no responsibility for any errors. Use it at your own risk. The downloadable zip file contains one Perl script (repec.pl) and two modules (configuration.pm and archive.pm). To install the script, you should just place all three files in the same directory, somewhere in the cgi-bin sub-tree of your web-site. You will also need to modify two strings in the configuration.pm file to identify the location of the RePEc archive relative to the directory holding the Perl script repec.pl and to identify the unique 3 letter name of the RePEc archive that you are servicing. To modify the appearance of the web-pages providing lists of the documents contained in the RePEc archive, you will need to alter the repec.pl file. There are 3 procedures that will require attention. These are list, detail and search, each of which generates HTML using the CGI.pm module that comes with the standard Perl distribution. You may also need to modify the first line of the repec.pl file to identify the location of the Perl interpreter on your web-server. Finally, on some web-servers (notably Windows NT), you will need to modify the @INC variable before run-time (using a BEGIN clause) to include the directory where you have installed the repec.pl file and its associated modules.
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Web page: http://repec.org/
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