Re: write callback issues (was Re: A new problem)
Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 18:29:40 +0530 (IST)
On Tue, 8 Apr 2008, Daniel Stenberg wrote:
> And I have repeatedly asked you what you get in that callback. libcurl is
> sending you data you say. What data?
Gawd, I did explain that I receive some non-printable characters,
usually between 3-10. I know between 3-10 cause (unit_sz * no_of_units)
says so. And I can not see those characters in the normal Win32
MessageBox(), so non-printable and thus could possibly be new-lines.
Also, this happens on second or third call to curl_easy_perform() doing
HTTP POST, and thus my guess about trailing un-read new-lines in the
> Yes it is since we ask you a lot of questions about your problem and you seem
> to always half-answer one of them and ignore the rest and then you come back
> with further statements and then we loop.
Now, when did I half-answer the questions?
> So again: what are you getting to your write callback? What exactly is the
Does the above explaination answers this? or...??
-- Regards - PrasadReceived on 2008-04-08