Re: Navigating website with curl lib
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 23:03:44 +0200 (CEST)
On Sun, 1 Jul 2007, fbsd wrote:
> My understanding from reading the libcurl info is each page wanted must be
> gotten with it's own curl_exec and any setopt's done in the first curl_exec
> are in effect for all following curl_exec. Is this correct?
> The CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR saves the cookies on the first curl_exec and all
> following curl_exec use the CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE. Is my understanding correct?
No. cookiejars are saved when the handle is closed.
> Where is the CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR, "-" statement really putting the cookies?
> What kind of debug code can I add to see what is really happening?
Use the command line tool (curl) instead and --trace-ascii for full logging.
> Is there some way to select the LINK on a retrieved page to follow?
"select" a link means getting the URL. And yes, (lib)curl can do that.
> Does libcurl work with framed pages?
libcurl gets URLs with HTTP (and other protocols) it has no clue about frames.
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