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Re: Question

From: Daniel Stenberg <>
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2005 00:55:05 +0200 (CEST)

On Thu, 23 Jun 2005, Bael wrote:

> K well i added --trace-ascii to the endo of my callback script, and told it
> to output to curl.log, and this is the relsult of what happen when i post my
> data, they way i interpret this is, the file is posting the data fine, and
> then for some reason it is trying to recieve the headers aswell, so is there
> a curl cmd to stop it trying to recieve headers after posting??

No, there's no such option.

> <= Recv data, 3784 bytes (0xec8)
> 0000: ec1
> 0005: .PNG

Did it really stop like this? If so, it stopped in the middle of an output
loop since it has already received the data (3784 bytes) and was just about to
output it to the file.

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