Sorry to be trite but if it is really
bad code, have you got a way to make it good code.
This is open source after all and you
are free to contribute your really good code.
(arrrgh, (duck duck) dont hit me Scott)
Christian Vitroler <c.vitroler@xxxxxxxxx> Sent by: owner-ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
23/06/2005 05:59 PM
Please respond to ftpapi
More troubles with POST
As I am having problems getting POST to work, i thought let's try one of
the supplied examples, they should work perfectly, shouldn't they? Oh well...
what I am getting is really a weird result:
HTTPAPI Ver 1.11pre4 released 2005-06-22
SetError() #21: You do not have permission to create that file
Funny, as I can assure you I have any and all rights on this machine. Oddly
enough, it was able to write the DEBUG log in the very same directory!
Suppose there are bugs in the "rights detection routine".
Another note about the examples in general, one constantly finds this:
if rc <> 1
eval msg = http_error
This is really bad code, mind you. Cause in case of a timeout, rc=0 but
http_error is uninitialized.