I've read in a prereleased paper about differences of HTML and HTML+ that
in HTML+ it will be (hopefully) possible to execute LOCAL SCRIPTS
without needing a SERVER, so forms could be executed at your local site.
Using CD-based LOCAL WEB's would be handier for some applications (having
one or more links to THE REAL WEB (Transparency)) but if you use forms
now in HTML you are in a dilemma (like me)!
IS THERE ANY POSSIBILITY TO EXECUTE LOCAL SCRIPTS JUST NOW AT THIS TIME
(even tricky solution!)?
I thought about setting up local ".mailcap" or "mime.types" to create
an explicit application named "application/perl; THE_LOCAL_PATH_OF/perl" to
start an external 'viewer' (program -> perl) which evaluates the given
arguments and send back the ordered data to the browser (by starting a new
browser for e.g. (yes, it's ugly, but it's only a 1st thought!)) but can't
this be done easier or more delightful???
Thanks for all patience...