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More HTTP request methods #1938

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Fingercomp opened this Issue Jul 7, 2016 · 3 comments

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Fingercomp commented Jul 7, 2016

Some websites (e.g., github API) require to use HTTP request methods different from GET and POST, e.g., PUT, PATCH, or DELETE. It'd nice if OC programs could send such HTTP requests.

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saphire-lattice Jul 7, 2016

Use raw TCP for that? Though, the lack of SSL might be a problem here.

saphire-lattice commented Jul 7, 2016

Use raw TCP for that? Though, the lack of SSL might be a problem here.

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It would be useful to have more HTTP methods.
It would also be useful to allow using SSL in a more generic way, however, it would be quite tricky.

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skyem123 commented Jul 7, 2016

It would be useful to have more HTTP methods.
It would also be useful to allow using SSL in a more generic way, however, it would be quite tricky.

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xarses Jul 8, 2016

raw TCP isn't a solution, as you noted it lacks SSL support, which is mandatory for HTTP connections now days.

I didn't realize the methods where filtered, we need to have both header and full method support to do fun things with API's

xarses commented Jul 8, 2016

raw TCP isn't a solution, as you noted it lacks SSL support, which is mandatory for HTTP connections now days.

I didn't realize the methods where filtered, we need to have both header and full method support to do fun things with API's

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