Oops, sorry for not RTFM !
It's good to know I was not doing something wrong with the code.
Do you know why this happen ? It's a bit strange...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Stenberg" <daniel_at_haxx.se>
To: "libcurl Mailing list" <curl-library_at_lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2001 6:28 PM
Subject: Re: Crash in the DLL
| On Sun, 26 Aug 2001, Steve Lhomme wrote:
| > I've build the DLL with Visual C++ 6, and with the simple FTP example,
| > crashes when writing into the file ! So I've tried to debug it, and it's
| > on the data->fwrite. So I tried a static build and it worked !
| > I really didn't understand what happened. I've tried calling the
| > fwrite in the DLL and out of the DLL with exactly the same parameters
| > (same string, length, stream). And it crashes in the DLL and not inside
| > (in the same program/run)
| I think the answer can be found in the FAQ, item 5.5:
| 5.5 Does CURLOPT_FILE and CURLOPT_INFILE work on win32 ?
| Yes, but you cannot open a FILE * and pass the pointer to a DLL and have
| that DLL use the FILE *. If you set CURLOPT_FILE you must also use
| CURLOPT_WRITEFUNCTION as well to set a function that writes the file,
| if that simply writes the data to the specified FILE*. Similarly, if you
| use CURLOPT_INFILE you must also specify CURLOPT_READFUNCTION.
| (Provided by Joel DeYoung and Bob Schader)
| ... and in fact in the man page for curl_easy_setopt() in the CURLOPT_FILE
| there's also this text:
| NOTE: If you're using libcurl as a win32 DLL, you MUST use the
| CURLOPT_WRITEFUNCTION if you set this option.
| Of course, I should correct that example so that it'll work on windows too
| from the start.
Received on 2001-08-26