AHTELLO Soul Art Gallery
A gallery for spiritual & uplifting contemporary art!



SIGRID DJUPMYR

Shows:
"Pathways - Towards Light" / "Sökvägar - Mot Ljus"
Paintings
December 1 - December 13, 2001


Vernissage:
Saturday December 1, 12 - 18 h


Exhibition open:
Saturday: 12 - 18
Sunday: 12 - 16
Monday: 12 - 18
Tuesday - Wednesday: 12 - 19
Thursday - Friday: 12 - 18

Come to the vernissage to meet the artist in person!



Some samples from the exhibition:



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Contact SIGRID DJUPMYR







#! /usr/local/bin/perl # cgi-bin access counter program # Version 3.2.4 # # The program is placed under the GNU Public License (GPL) # gburgyan@cybercon.com # counter or counterbanner or counterfiglet # # Outputs the number of times a specific page has been accessed. # The output depends on which page 'called' it, and what the program # is named: # # The counter can "take arguments" via its name. That is, if you tack # -arg to the end of the program name, -arg is taken to be an argument. # For example, if you call the counter 'counter-ord', '-ord' is considered # an argument, and an ordinal count (1st, 2nd, 3rd, ...) will be printed # instead of (1, 2, 3, ...). Note that counterord does the same thing as # counter-ord for backward compatibility. # # Currently recognized arguments: # # -f=font sets "font" to be the font for figlet # -nc no count; don't to write the incremented count back to the file # -nl no link; don't automatically generate a link # -ord make an ordinal count instead of regular # -doc=document override the DOCUMENT_URI environment variable # # Example: counterfiglet-ord-f=bigfont-nc # # This will cause the counter to call figlet as the output routine, printing # in a big font an ordinal count, without updating the access count file. # Note that the order of arguments is irrelevant so long as you spell the # file name correctly. It is generally assumed that the ability to take # different arguments/use different output routines is done with symlinks: # i.e. ln -s counter counterfiglet-ord-f=bigfont-nc # Ok, so what if you want to use the font "banner3-D"? You have to quote # the "-" as either "\-" or "%2D" (where 2D is hex for the ASCII code for # "-"). Since you can use \ and % to quote both must be quoted if you want # them to show up by themselves. "%" can be either "\%" or "%25" and # "\" can be either "\\" or "%5C". Also, remember that each "\" must be # quoted in HTML or in your shell. This means you will have to type: # 'ln -s counter counterfiglet-f=banner3\\-D' or use # 'counterfigler-f=banner3%2DD' in order to make the link. # Advantages: # Does not require any graphics for the client. # # Allows anyone on a server (after the program has been installed) to # very easily put an access counter on any of their pages. # # Only one *TEXT* file is used for the whole server. # # Fits in well with the rest of the formatting of the document. # # Can Selectively ignore accesses from certain hosts. # # Easily customizable with symlinks so only one actual copy of the # counter is ever needed. # # Possible flaws: # It requires server-side includes to be turned on unless you use a # CGI script to handle the parsing. Such a script is available from # http://www.webtools.org/ssis/ssis # # Requires one of the most ridiculous methods possible for passing arguments. # Unless you are using the ssis script which allows you to pass arguments # with "/" instead of "-" such that the environment variable PATH_INFO is # used to pass arguments in any order and without symlinks. # # # File format: # On each line of the "access_count" file, there is one record: # 'document' 0000000000 # The document name in single quotes followed by a space, followed by # the number of accesses of the document (must be 10 digits). Any # line which does not fit this format is ignored for safety's sake. # # # Please send your comments to me! :) # gburgyan@cybercon.com # ######################################################################## # # Version 3.2.4-Added -doc= command-line option to work around netsite's # brokenness (thanks Steve Manes ) - GEB # Version 3.2.3-Fixed command-line options for NCSA httpd 1.4 - GNS # Version 3.2.2-Clean up some warnings if used with `perl -w` # Version 3.2.1-Allow .cgi and .pl extentions to filenames - DE # Version 3.2 - Now it can take arguments via the filename - GNS # Version 3.1 - Link now depends on the printing module. # - Removed dependence on cgi-lib.pl - GNS # Version 3.0 - File locking made non-necessary. (This is not as bad # as it seems. # - Made the output format more easily user-definable # Version 2.3 - Locking problems *REALLY* fixed. Again, this is # Phil that cought my bug. It really works now! :) # Version 2.2 - Locking problem fixed. Thank you Philip Greenspun # # Version 2.1 - Support for aliases of pages (to support many links to # one page) # Version 2.0 - No longer depends on a dbm file; instead uses a very # simple text file. It also supports locking. # Version 1.0 - First public release. Uses DBM files to count accesses # ######################################################################## # # CHANGE THESE TO SUIT YOUR SITE # # Maximum number of times to try to lock the file. # Each try is .1 second. Try for 1 second. $MaxTries = 10; # The name of the file to use. You should probably give this a relative path $FileName = "access_count"; # Set this to point to something, or comment it out, and it # won't be a link at all. #$Link = "http://www.webtools.org/counter/"; # Aliases: Set this up so that diffent pages will all yield the same # count. For instance, if you have a link like "index.html -> home.html" # set it up like ("/index.html", "/home.html"). Make sure you give a full # path to it. This will treat "/index.html" as if it were "/home.html". %Aliases = ("/index.html", "/home.html", "/webtools/counter/index.html", "/~gburgyan/counter/index.html", "/counter/index.html", "/~gburgyan/counter/index.html", ); # Replace with a list of regular expression IP addresses that we # are supposed to ignore. If you don't know what this means, # just put '#'s in front of the next section. #@IgnoreIP = ("199\.18\.203\..*", # Change Me! # "199\.18\.159\.1", # Change Me! # ); # Whether or not to use locking. If perl complains that flock is not # defined, change this to 0. Not *really* necessary because we check # to make sure it works properly. $UseLocking = 1; # ######################################################################### # # Misc documents to refer people to in case of errors. # $CreateFile = "[Err or Creating Counter File -- Click for more info]"; $AccessRights = "[E rror Opening Counter File -- Click for more info]"; $TimeoutLock = "[Timeout locking counter file]"; $BadVersion = "[Version access_cou nt newer than this program. Please upgrade.]"; # Get arguments from program name. Argh...what a horrible way to do it! $prog = $0; $prog =~ s/(\.cgi|\.pl)//; #strip .cgi|.pl name extension $prog =~ s!^(.*/)!!; # separate program name $prog =~ s/\\(.)/sprintf("%%%02x", ord($1))/ge; # quote \c to %xx ($printer, @args) = split(/-/, $prog); # args are separated by dashes $printer =~ s/%(..)/pack("c", hex($1))/ge; # unquote printer function name # This gets path info, which is only applicable if you are using our # ssis script (see above). This makes counter/ord the same as counter-ord push(@args, split("/", $ENV{"PATH_INFO"})) if $ENV{"PATH_INFO"}; # put them in assoc array %arg foreach (@args) # means do this for each element in the array { s/%(..)/pack("c", hex($1))/ge; # unquote %xx /^([^=]*)=?(.*)$/; # extract "=" part, if any $arg{$1} = $2 ? $2 : 1; } undef $Link if $arg{'nl'}; # make link? # Print out the header print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"; # Make sure the file exists: if (!(-f $FileName)) { if (!open (COUNT,">$FileName")) { print $CreateFile; exit 1; } } else { if (!((-r $FileName) && (-w $FileName))) { # Make sure that we can in fact read and write to the file in # question. If not, direct them to the FAQ. print $AccessRights; exit 1; } if (!open (COUNT,"+<$FileName")) { # Now make sure it *really* opens print $AccessRights; # ...just in case... exit 1; } $version = ; if (!($version =~ /^\d+.\d+$/)) { $version = 1; seek(COUNT,0,0); } } # This is for the future: the access_count file will have a version number. if ($version > 1) { print $BadVersion; exit 1; } if ($UseLocking) { # Try to get a lock on the file while ($MaxTries--) { # Try to use locking, if it doesn't use locking, the eval would # die. Catch that, and don't use locking. # Try to grad the lock with a non-blocking (4) exclusive (2) lock. # (4 | 2 = 6) $lockresult = eval("flock(COUNT,6)"); if ($@) { $UseLocking = 0; last; } if (!$lockresult) { select(undef,undef,undef,0.1); # Wait for 1/10 sec. } else { last; # We have gotten the lock. } } } # You would figure that $MaxTries would equal 0 if it didn't work. The # post-decrement takes it to -1 when the loop finally exits. if ($MaxTries == -1) { print $TimeoutLock; exit(0); } # Make sure perl doesn't spit out warnings... if (defined $arg{'doc'}) { $doc_uri = $arg{'doc'}; } elsif (defined $ENV{'DOCUMENT_URI'}) { $doc_uri = $ENV{'DOCUMENT_URI'}; } else { $doc_uri = ""; } $doc_uri = $Aliases{$doc_uri} if defined $Aliases{$doc_uri}; $location = tell COUNT; while ($line = ) { ($uri,$accesses) = ($line =~ /^'(\S*)' (\d\d\d\d\d\d\d\d\d\d)$/); last if ($uri eq $doc_uri); $location = tell COUNT; $accesses = 0; } $accesses += 1; # *NOT* '++' because we don't want '++'s magic $num = $arg{'ord'} ? $accesses . &ordinalize($accesses) : $accesses; ($count, $nLink) = eval("&output_$printer('$num')"); if ($@) { ($count, $nLink) = &output_counter($num); } # Print out a link to something informative (if we were requested to) print "" if $nLink; print $count; print "" if $nLink; # Make sure we are not ignoring the host: $ignore = 0; $ignore = grep($ENV{"REMOTE_ADDR"} =~ /$_/, @IgnoreIP) if defined ($ENV{"REMOTE _ADDR"}); if (!$ignore && !$arg{"nc"}) # if we aren't ignored and requested to not count { # Now update the counter file seek(COUNT, $location, 0); $longaccesses = sprintf("%010d", $accesses); print COUNT "'$doc_uri' $longaccesses\n"; } if ($UseLocking) { flock(COUNT,8); # Unlock the file. } close COUNT; # ordinalize # # Figure out what suffix (st, nd, rd, th) a number would have in ordinal # form and return that extension. sub ordinalize { local($count) = @_; local($last, $last2); $last2 = $count % 100; $last = $count % 10; if ($last2 < 10 || $last2 > 13) { return "st" if $last == 1; return "nd" if $last == 2; return "rd" if $last == 3; } return "th"; # Catch "eleventh, twelveth, thirteenth" etc. } # The following are the routines that actually convert the number # of accesses into something that we print out. # # The name of each function is "output_" followed by the program's name. # For instance, is the program is called "counter" then "output_counter" # will be called; a program called "counterbanner" will call # "output_counterbanner" to get the output. # # If the function is not defined, then "output_counter" will be called. # output_counter # # The simplest function: just returns the number of accesses and the link. sub output_counter { local($count) = @_; return $count, $Link; # we return the count and the link } # output_counterord # # Return the number of accesses as an ordinal number. (ie. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th) sub output_counterord { local($count) = @_; return $count . &ordinalize($count), $Link; } # output_counterbanner # # A somewhat silly one that uses the "banner" command to print out the # count. :) You might need to change the path to make it work. sub output_counterbanner { local($count) = @_; $banner = `banner $count`; return "

$banner
"; # return no link here (it would be annoying) } # output_counterfiglet # # An even sillier one than counterbanner. :) sub output_counterfiglet { local($count) = @_; $fig = "echo $count | /usr/games/figlet"; # setup command line $fig .= " -f $arg{'f'}" if $arg{"f"}; # use a different font? $fig = `$fig`; $fig =~ s!&!&!; $fig =~ s!
" . $fig . "
"; # note no link here, either } visitors since 2002-10-25