Stephen Barncard stephenREVOLUTION at
Wed Jul 11 23:41:59 EDT 2007

thanks, Chipp..

I've been fooling around with it in the meantime and solved for the 
most part with a global flag  that gets set from a button and 
detected inside the loop at a good 'stopping point' , exits the 
repeat and cleans up. I've never had a handler work so well 
independently like that before...(previous attempts at something like 
that failed..)

I guess it's probably best to quit on a file boundary (the movies are 
<5mb), rather than in the middle of a file.

>Hi Stephen,
>You might want to take a look at libURLresetAll. It closes all open
>sockets created by libURL.
>But beware, it will kill any and all socket activity going on
>abruptly. I've used it for 'STOP' buttons for downloads before and it
>seems to work fine. You'll need to go back and reinitialize any other
>libURL settings you're using, like libUrlSetStatusCallback


stephen barncard
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