On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 1:48 AM, Manuel Lemos <mle...@acm.org> wrote:
> Hello Jason,
> on 03/05/2009 03:17 AM Jason Cipriani said the following:
>>>> Thanks. I actually had a look at the HttpRequest source code, and I
>>>> can see the logic where it switches to multipart encoding if files are
>>>> present but it actually appears that it's not possible to force it to
>>>> do that. It's sort of annoying that it's right at my finger tips but
>>>> there's no way to do it, and for sort of a silly reason (there's
>>>> arbitrarily no way to pick which encoding to use, it decides for you
>>>> even though it has the capability of doing anything). A custom PECL
>>>> build is not an option, unfortunately.
>>>> I'll have to check out the httpclient class that Manuel Lemos mentioned.
>>> Yes, the HTTP client class follows the same logic but has a variable
>>> named force_multipart_form_post that you can set to make it send
>>> multipart form posts as if you were submitting a form with an empty file
>>> input.
>> Thanks; is there documentation for this anywhere?
> Sorry, not yet, but the example scripts have plenty of commented code
> that pretty much explains how to do what you need. For sending POST
> requests, take a look at the test_http_post.php example script. For
> further support requests about this class, try the support forum:
> http://www.phpclasses.org/discuss/package/3/

Awesome, thanks. The code was clear enough that I was able to make it
work pretty easily. It seems to be doing everything that I want. Nice

Thanks again!

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