… and not request
…essible from the command line tool with --ignore-content-length. This will make it easier to download files from Apache 1.x (and similar) servers that are still having problems serving files larger than 2 or 4 GB. When this option is enabled, curl will simply have to wait for the server to close the connection to signal end of transfer. I wrote test case 269 that runs a simple test that this works.
previously failed due to GnuTLS not allowing x509 v1 CA certs by default.
… in a default dir
…s_info() when getting the DNS server etc.
…most recent gcc versions give far too many false positives for this to be valuable
that made curl run fine in his end. The key was to make sure we do the SSL/TLS negotiation immediately after the TCP connect is done and not after a few other commands have been sent like we did previously. I don't consider this change necessary to obey the standards, I think this server is pickier than what the specs allow it to be, but I can't see how this modified libcurl code can add any problems to those who are interpreting the standards more liberally.
…er Texas one!
…t order is due to now using emacs to sort but I'm not in a mood to fix it better just now.
…o be fixed after 7.14.1
…ts, as we have a fancier valgrind error parser these days and it seems to work rather well
…'t been true since the getdate() parser code rewrite