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From: Alex Kelly <>
Date: Tue, 09 May 2006 19:29:15 -0400

> No, it returns the HTTP response code. This should be 200-299 on success
> or
> some other value on failure.

Oh, actual response codes, like 200 OK and 404 Not Found, etc., got it.

>> So far, I've been dividing the results of curl_easy_perform using a loop
>> with strtok and the newline character, '\n'. I could make an if
>> statement
>> using strstr to look for the string "not authorized" or whatever the
>> remote server is returning on failure in the results (worth a shot).
> This isn't nearly as reliable since the server could change its output
> at any time.

So a statement to check the value of the response code then?

Am I getting closer!? heh, thanks for your patience, dan. =)
Received on 2006-05-10