Date: Sat, 26 May 2001 18:04:01 +0200 (MET DST)
On Fri, 25 May 2001, Netiks . wrote:
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> files are downloaded with CR (carriage return) but the Line Feed (LF) is
> missing which causes problems in our application. From the documentation
> we understand that curl strips the line feed charatcers and that we
> should use the --data-binary option to avoid this.
I don't understand what wording in the docs that made you think that.
--data-binary is for POSTing to HTTP servers. Curl always download binary by
> c:\curl\curl.exe -o test.xml -u username:password -d/--data -binary <the
> url accessed>
-d/--data made curl trea '/--data' as data to send in a POST and -binary did
tell curl to use 'inary' as a file name to read cookies from...
> 1) Is it true that curl removes the LF by default
> 2) We tried to use the -d/ --data-binary option in different ways but the
> result is the same.
The option is -d OR --data-binary. Besides, you should use any of them for
simply downloading stuff.
> Could you please give us the correct syntax to let curl keep the file as
> it is. without stripping the LF after the CR?
curl.exe -o test.xml -u username:password [URL]
-- Daniel Stenberg -- curl dude -- http://curl.haxx.se/Received on 2001-05-26