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Help with CGI Testing

Hey guys,

I'm trying to run my Python CGI scripts from a local server (Jigsaw) but am having trouble with it. Any suggestions on the easiest way to test Python CGI scripts? I don't care if it's Jigsaw or not I just need to test the darn things.

Thanks
Jun 8 '07 #1
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