andre at andregarzia.com
Fri Aug 8 01:52:51 CDT 2008
very nice! I did one myself too... when building CGIs, cURL is the
best thing to fetch data since getting libURL and sockets to work on
CGI can be tricky.
As for your AWS work, have you tried Amazon SimpleDB?
On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 9:06 PM, Mark Smith <lists at futilism.com> wrote:
> I've made a library that wraps around the curl command line tool. It exposes
> a lot of settings that give a lot of control, and allows http GET, POST,
> PUT, DELETE, HEAD, and TRACE.
> It also allows uploading from a file on disk using either POST or PUT.
> It only really covers HTTP, but I hope to add FTP and others in later
> I've been using it in a project I'm working on that makes heavy use of the
> Amazon Web Services, so that's where it's had the most testing.
> I've included a short intro pdf, and a small dictionary that covers the most
> often used (by me) handlers which are the also the most tested.
> There's a bunch of stuff in there that I haven't yet documented, (and quite
> a bit, like proxies, that I haven't tested!) for those who want to delve
> into the innards of it.
> It allows lots of non-blocking behaviour and multiple simultaneous requests
> to the same server (necessary for some of the amazon stuff).
> I've versioned it at 1.0 beta, and any and all comments, suggestions etc,
> Mark Smith
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