Using PHP to generate a map file.

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Using PHP to generate a map file.

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I'm trying to test out some new maps to use in the uNa Server, but we don't have access to an FTP server atm. I managed to get around that by using php scripts on our forums to 'generate' (ie just set a text mime type and echo the source) config files so we can have custom settings. However, I can't get it working at all for map files.

So the question is, is it possible to specify a remote map file that is generated by php (e.g. url in form of http://mydomain.com/map.php?type=sumo), and if not, why does the behavior differ from config files?

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the behavior differ from config files? different...........
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If you are using ftp, try using a userspace mounting program to make the server look local.

This is assuming its a nix, if its windows, you are prolly ******, good luck with samba mounts.

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Way to reply to thread from 2010 that was bumped by a bot, dude.

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Phytotron wrote:Way to reply to thread from 2010 that was bumped by a bot, dude.
Is that a rhetorical question?
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