On Saturday 24 January 2004 01:05, Brent Wiese wrote:

> One of my users wants my to compile CURL so they can use it with PHP, which
> is being run as an Apache module (not cgi).
> I've never used it, but based on the way it reads, it seems like the
> overhead of the calls on even a moderately busy site could have serious
> server impacts.

The alternative is the built-in fopen('protocol://server/resource', 'r') and 
that is much more error prone. Are you not mixing the cURL "alternative to 
wget" with Tim Bernes-Lee's attempt at a unified webscripting language?

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