> Right, but when you are doing network work like this you should be using
> fsockopen() directly which does have timeout support.  readfile() with a
> url argument just does a simple fsockopen anyway and issues a GET request.
> Trivial to do yourself using fsockopen() and fputs() and this way you can
> manage the timeouts yourself.  Introducing a language-level timeout
> feature is complicated.

I want to *write* to the connection to do a GET request? That sort of makes
sense, but how do I get what the remote server returned after I issued the

Jason Sims
Senior Editor & System Administrator
Inside Mac Games

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