Thanks for your comments, but I know how to debug code.
What I am looking for is for someone to review what I posted for comments on
if my curl/php code/logic is in general correct. Too benefit from their
experience using curl/php. Isn't that the general purpose of mailing list
The curl/php post of the login info does not generate a continue (statement)
like the manual header listing does.
And yes I took special care in my post to provide enough supporting data to
help the reviewer get the big picture.
Having a reply from someone with curl website id saying the post is too
large for them to read sounds to me like the only purpose of this mailing
list is to market consulting services at $120 per hour with a 2 hour
I am disappointed with this list. Time to look for another browser simulator
that has a real support mailing list.
From: Richard Lynch [mailto:ceo_at_l-i-e.com]
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2007 12:23 PM
To: fbsd2_at_a1poweruser.com; curl with PHP
Subject: RE: trouble logging in
You may be missing the tree for the forest...
If the expected headers aren't matching up in a big way, just start
with the FIRST mis-match and try to fix that.
Everything else that follows could be a direct result of that first
And even if it's not, you just keep attacking the first one as it
crops up and keep at it until they are all done.
Oftentimes, though, you do end up killing a whole BUNCH of differences
with a single "fix" and what looked like an enormous problem at first
turns out to be a handful of issues you fixed.
On Tue, August 14, 2007 4:01 pm, fbsd2 wrote:
> So what would it cost me to get you to complete my script so it works?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: curl-and-php-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se
> [mailto:curl-and-php-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se]On Behalf Of Daniel Stenberg
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2007 4:15 PM
> To: curl with PHP
> Subject: Re: trouble logging in
> On Tue, 14 Aug 2007, fbsd2 wrote:
>> Daniel Stenberg
>> I have posted the output of iehttpheader from which I build a
>> curl-php script.
>> The output log of running the curl-php script does not match the
>> iehttpheader output and I can not figure out why.
> That's a super-duper huge logfile and a mighty big chunk of code. I
> can't make myself go over them.
> If you have specific questions about (lib)curl, I'll be glad to help.
> Commercial curl and libcurl Technical Support:
Some people have a "gift" link here.
Know what I want?
I want you to buy a CD from some indie artist.
Yeah, I get a buck. So?
Received on 2007-08-19