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might produce compiler warnings on some platforms. Real-world applications
should pay more attention to these issues.
allexamples.zip contains all the example
sources, some 90+ separate stand-alone files.
You can also see a list of all libcurl
easy options and which example source codes that use them.
Some of the Examples
shows how to get a remote web page in only four libcurl function calls.
https.c gets a single HTTPS
page, while simplessl.c shows how to get a remote
https page and a set of various SSL-controlling options.
get HTTP with headers separate
gets a web page and stores the response-headers in a separate file.
proves that getting a FTP file is just as simple.
uploads a local file to a remote FTP server. It also renames the file after
get a remote file in memory only
describes how you can use the callback system to fetch documents into a ram
buffer with no file writing necessary.
makes PUTs a local file to a HTTP server.
HTTP form POST
shows how to build a RFC1867-style form post and send it to a HTTP
shows that just getting files in a sequential manner will make it use
persistant connections if the remote server supports it.
multithreaded URL fetches
starts a number of threads and retrieves one URL in each thread. This requires
a working thread library.
URL fetch with GTK progress bar
uses GTK and the libcurl progress callback to show a GUI progress bar while
how you could write an fopen()-style emulation layer to easily make your
program read URLs instead of local files.
nonblocking multipart formpost
makes a multipart formpost using the multi interface, which makes it a
how you can use the debug callback to get a full trace of all protocol data
being sent/received (and more).
shows how to use libxml to parse HTML retrieved with libcurl.
to set a custom callback to deal with an OpenSSL SSL_CTX * at SSL handshake
Doing SOAP with libcurl
SOAP example by vivtek.com
You'll also find these examples in the distribution archive, in the