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curl manpage states that --socks5 option resolves host names locally. I thought that "locally" meant "not by the proxy server itself". When it comes to --doh-url option, it's assumed that the name resolving is done by the DoH server that may be local as well.
The result of combining these options together is weird: curl attempts to use the default system resolver and doesn't connect to the DoH server. If the default system resolver is not working or returns spurious IP addresses, then there is no way to reach the host.
For SOCKS modes where a local host resolve is done.
It was previously disabled in 12d655d, but a few local tests seem to
indicate that it works fine. Works now because of the SOCKS refactor of
4a4b63d that made it non-blocking.
Reported-by: roughtex on github