Re: CURLOPT_WRITEDATA not passed to CURLOPT_HEADERFUNCTION?
Date: 16 Jan 2003 09:39:44 -0600
On Thu, 2003-01-16 at 09:26, Philippe Raoult wrote:
> On 16 Jan 2003 09:13:01 -0600
> Dave Weis <djweis_at_sjdjweis.com> wrote:
> > I'm writing a C program that uses libcurl 7.9.7 and it seems like data
> > that I set with CURLOPT_WRITEDATA isn't being passed to my header
> > function in the fourth argument, it's coming in as null. I haven't
> > checked in the body function because I need data from the headers before
> > I can parse the body.
> it's ok, set CURLOPT_WRITEDATA to pass data to the header callback.
This is what I'm doing but the parameter never makes it to the header
callback, it's null in the callback:
config->curl = curl_easy_init();
retcode = curl_easy_setopt(config->curl, CURLOPT_WRITEFUNCTION,
retcode = curl_easy_setopt(config->curl, CURLOPT_HEADERFUNCTION,
retcode = curl_easy_setopt(config->curl, CURLOPT_WRITEDATA, config);
sprintf(url, "%s%s%s?feed=%s", FEED_SERVER, FEED_PREFIX,
retcode = curl_easy_setopt(config->curl, CURLOPT_URL, strdup(url));
retcode = curl_easy_perform(config->curl);
> > I had been using a global variable before but need to make my program
> > multithreaded.
> you could still use private thread data, but the solution mentionned
> above should be enough.
I'll probably do that if I can't get this working.
Thanks for the help!
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Received on 2003-01-16