On Tue, 13 Mar 2018, Aron Bergman wrote:

Oh, I just realized that I misunderstood this. COOKIELIST works as intended, it just save the cookies, not read them (I mixed the meanings up),

CURLOPT_COOKIELIST let's you add cookies to the in-memory cookie jar. It also offers some "commands" to manipulate that cookie jar. Not sure what you mean with "save", but maybe we mean the same thing?

You can read them as well, with the curl_easy_getinfo's corresponding CURLINFO_COOKIELIST option. Similar name, but that's for *reading* cookies.

which is why the program "froze", it just awaited input from the command line.

I don't understand how this option relates to any command line?

I still think that the documentation should use "" as the argument value or it should be stated that using "-" will require input (or CTRL + D).

"-" means libcurl will read from stdin instead of a file. It just seems it isn't mentioned in the CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE man page. I'll fix that right now.

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