[erlang-questions] Uploading files to an Erlang website, and Captcha.

G.S. <>
Tue Jan 20 10:34:17 CET 2009


Thank you,

Both answers will work great, I think I'll go with the first one though,
since it's direct, and I can do everything from my own machine rather than
rely on another.

Any ideas on how I can allow others upload a file to my server, lets say if
I'm using Mochiweb or Inets? The idea is to sort of have the same thing as
an attachment in Emails, a directory is provided, and the file is uploaded
to my server.

Regards,
-Gene

On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 12:28 AM, Gijsbert de Haan <
> wrote:

> http://recaptcha.net/ is a very good service that does most of the work
> for you.
> You include some html and you get the validity answer back in a form
> field.
>
> Gijsbert
>
> On Mon, 19 Jan 2009 23:31:06 -0800, "G.S." <>
> said:
> > Hello again everyone,
> >
> > My website is built on Erlang, and though right now it's based on Inets,
> in
> > deployment it will be mochiweb. Anyone here has experience and knows or
> can
> > suggest how one would use Captcha in Erlang? or/and how I can allow users
> to
> > upload files to my website if it's built on mochiweb or Inets?
> >
> > Regards,
> > -Gene
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