So, if I compile PHP with SSL support or use the inbuilt cURL options. I
assume that cURL when compiled beforehand still needs the ssl support
What the other catches to calling cURL outside of PHP? Functions, speed,
ram, security, features, flexibility??
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Green" <mark.green_at_dingoblue.com.au>
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 12:35 PM
Subject: Re: RH 7 Compilation
> hey Richard,
> > Now do I need ssl support in PHP if I am going to use curl to fetch
> > pages? Or is the support in cURL enough?
> Depends, if your using the inbuilt curl functionality in PHP than I
> would assume yes.
> If you are calling CURL directly ie. a system call using passthru etc
> SSL support in php is not required.
> I usually find its easier to shell cURL rather than using the built in
> curl module that comes with PHP.
> <? print(pack("c*", 74,117,115,116,32,65,110,111,
> 116,104,101,114,32,80,72 ,80,
> 32,72,97,99,107,101,114,46,10)); ?>
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