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I got it to work but it's tempting just to let you guys fight over it for a while before telling you what happened
Apparently, when using visual studio 2010, it is not only good practice but...
I'm using a class (not a struct)
I thought I mentioned earlier that putting the parenthesis didn't help
I know this doesn't make sense or I wouldn't be asking about it ^_^
if a thorough...
what kind of sockets are you using
I tried for years to do HTTP with winsock but for some reason, servers just won't talk to you
(despite having successfully performed HTTP requests in 3 other...
I'm not used to using VS and when I realized my constructor was being ignored, you can understand why I would be confused
Submenu = NULL;
no, I didn't see that one
It's a bit hard to navigate their directories
I did manage to solve the problem though
I ended up downloading the src and recompiling the lib :-)
thx for all the help
yes, I'm well aware of that
I've used the same 'compiler' on other systems before
Most people use comfortable terms like compiler rather loosely however
such as calling visual studio a...
thx for the info
that helps a lot
-and extra thanks for telling me about Code::Blocks
I knew Dev-cpp was discontinued and still had some issues but didn't know there was a new one
<s>now curl_easy_init() crashes instead
it must be my dlls :-(</s>
thanks for the excellent code
I decided to try it in the almighty dev-cpp instead and it works perfectly
it happens when I call it
I wish there was an easy way to tell if I finally got the lib/dll added correctly
I'm just trying to do a simple http request
(I would call it from winsock but...
Using libcURL for a simple data retrieval program
when I call the init function:
an access violation occurs
I also tried using the parameter...
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