Logging the click data

Vivek Pal vivekpal.dtu at gmail.com
Sat Jun 17 12:54:33 BST 2017

> The only thing you cannot do is to change the HTTP status code, so you'll
> need a new omegascript command for that. (You could probably have
> $httpredirect{URL}, avoiding having to have a separate $httpheader{}.)

There's ShellExecute function which can potentially be used for the
implementation of $httpredirect command but it'll only work on Windows.
Although, I'm not aware of anything reliable similar to ShellExecute for
UNIX based system.

I was wondering if it would be better to use a meta tag for redirection
like so? <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0.1;url=$cgi{URL}">

I have updated the clicklog template [1] with what I have locally now.

I was also wondering if there's a faster way of checking that the new
log command works along with other changes than actually installing
the Omega (system wide) from the branch I'm corrently working on? I
tried doing that but messed up already running omega installation and
had to spent almost whole yesterday just to get it back in working

Also, it would be great if you could just take a quick look at the git
diff output [2] and let me know if anything needs work. I'm currently
working on writing a preprocessing script in python and will open a
PR soon after that's done. clicklog template might be missing in the
output but can be found at [1].

[1] https://gist.github.com/ivmarkp/374fc8781d3789b0522713a79416edc8
[2] https://gist.github.com/ivmarkp/46f71c445e2fcb81fa6e1a5cb2273186

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