RE: [PHP] Pulling unique data from database

2004-02-01 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
($languages, explode('||', $row-Language)); $languages = array_unique($languages); -- Jonathan Rosenberg President Founder, Tabby's Place http://www.tabbysplace.org/ -Original Message- From: Richard Kurth [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 9:27 PM To: [EMAIL

[PHP] User/Pwd Management Package?

2003-11-23 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
appreciated. -- Jonathan Rosenberg President Founder, Tabby's Place http://www.tabbysplace.org/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] Recommend payment processors?

2003-01-04 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
I've been using Authorize.Net for about 6 months now am happy with them. I use their AIM interface, which allows ,e complete control over the look feel of the payment process. There is no problem doing everything in PHP, as long as you have the CURL extensions they are built with SSL support.

RE: [PHP] Shopping Cart Credit Card Verification

2003-01-01 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
The solution you choose for credit card verification depends on a number of things: - how much control you want over look feel - whether you are rolling your own shopping cart I happen to use Authorize.Net, which allows you to control the entire process maintain the look feel

RE: [PHP] Re: amp; in Query String

2002-11-26 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
In an earlier message, Derick Rethans [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] said ... Yes it is. Actually, you should specify the URL with the amp; yourself, like this: a HREF=show_pic.php?pic=blahamp;caption=Some+Text otherwise it is not valid HTML. I understand that using '' is technically not

RE: [PHP] Re: amp; in Query String

2002-11-26 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
, the problem will stop occurring once I add this info :-). -- JR -Original Message- From: Erwin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 10:54 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Re: amp; in Query String Derick Rethans wrote: Jonathan Rosenberg wrote: I have

RE: [PHP] Re: amp; in Query String

2002-11-26 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
To: Jonathan Rosenberg (Tabby's Place) Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: amp; in Query String Hello, Jonathan Rosenberg (Tabby's Place) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] I'm missing something here. If you use 'amp;' to separate arguments on the query string, how do they get

RE: [PHP] Re: amp; in Query String

2002-11-26 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
Ok ... I take back what I said about amp; not working in a query string. It works just fine. But, none of this explains why I am sometimes receiving a request with amp; in the query string, especially I am using '' in the A link. The only way I think I can find out is by augmenting the error

[PHP] amp; in Query String

2002-11-25 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
) that the $_GET['caption'] is failing. What I can't figure out is why the '' got turned into 'amp;'. Is a browser doing this? -- Jonathan Rosenberg Tabby (RB), Lynx (RB), Licorice, Tigger, Jet, Belle http://www.tabbysplace.org/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit

RE: [PHP] No Reply From cURL

2002-11-21 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
I suspect your problem is that CURL is not built with SSL support. To test this, replace the https:/.../ with a reference to a non-SSL URL (http://.../). If you get a return that, you need to build CURL with SSL support. -- JR -Original Message- From: Steve Keller [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: [PHP] Re: Cleaning up MSWord HTML

2002-11-21 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
Microsoft provides a program that will do just that. I believe that it gets loaded into Word you run it from there. If this will suffice, take a look for it on Microsoft's site. If you can't find it, let me know. I once downloaded it can probably dig up a URL for you. -- JR On Thu, 21 Nov

RE: [PHP] mail and from line overriding

2002-11-15 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
You need to change the first statement to $from = From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; -- JR -Original Message- From: Frank Wang [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, November 15, 2002 10:15 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] mail and from line overriding Hi, I have

RE: [PHP] Why $ on variable names?

2002-11-12 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
In an earlier message, Jason Wong [mailto:php-general;gremlins.com.hk] said ... Yup. So you can have: print I'm a $variable; instead of the messy javascript way: alert(I'm a . $variable); But the language could still support variable evaluation within strings without requiring the

RE: [PHP] Why $ on variable names?

2002-11-12 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
In an earlier message, Marco Tabini [mailto:marcot;inicode.com] saidf ... If I can venture a comment, what you think clutters the code others may find a quick and easy way to identify a variable in it. I guess this could be true. But I don't understand why someone would need an easy way to

RE: [PHP] Why $ on variable names?

2002-11-12 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
In an earlier message, Larry Rosenman [mailto:ler;lerctr.org] said ... How about: That's the way the language designers did it, and there's LOTS of PRODUCTION code out there that uses it. Because that's the way it is? Well, that's good enough for me. I'll never question anything else again

RE: [PHP] Why $ on variable names?

2002-11-12 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
In an earlier message, Ernest E Vogelsinger [mailto:ernest;vogelsinger.at] said ... Think of how an interpreter works. It parses the sourcecode in realtime, not as a compiler. People must _wait_, every time, until it is finished, not only once like a compiler. Thus designers of interpreted

RE: [PHP] Creating SSL Connection to Accept Credit Cards

2002-11-05 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
I thought that using fopen to create an SSL connection was not yet supported in PHP. I would suggest the CURL functions for this. -- JR -Original Message- From: Adam Voigt [mailto:adam;cryptocomm.com] Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 12:33 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL

RE: Re: [PHP] Creating SSL Connection to Accept Credit Cards

2002-11-05 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg \(Tabby's Place\)
Do you have telnet access to the server? If so, you could download the standalone CURL program invoke it via the exec() function call. -- JR -Original Message- From: Ben C. [mailto:benc;cox.net] Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 13:19 PM To: Jaime Bozza; 'Adam Voigt' Cc: [EMAIL

[PHP] Multiple Form Submit Buttons

2002-10-11 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I have been digging through the documentation for a while, but I can't find the answer to this ... If I have a form with multiple submit buttons, how can I tell in PHP which button was clicked? -- JR -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit:

RE: [PHP] unexpected T_STRING error

2002-09-28 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
That line is syntactically invalid. Did you meant it to say echo lt;META NAME=$keywords CONTENT= $keywords gt;; -- JR -Original Message- From: Gary [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Saturday, September 28, 2002 11:15 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] unexpected T_STRING

[PHP] GD Fonts

2002-09-27 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I've just started using the GD library in PHP to do some graphic manipulation/creation. I find myself quite confused about how to work with fonts. I believe that I have both FreeType TrueType enabled, since my phpinfo() says '--with-freetype-dir=/usr' '--with-gd'

RE: [PHP] Using cURL

2002-08-30 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Can you telnet/SSH to the machine install CURL in your home directory? You shouldn't have to be root to do this. Or, are you trying to get CURL loaded into PHP? -- JR -Original Message- From: Henry [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 2:21 AM To: [EMAIL

RE: [PHP] CURLing to authorize.net

2002-08-14 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I bet that your copy of CURL was built without SSL support, despite the fact that PHP has SSL compiled in. To test this, see if you have the curl shell command installed try curl https://secure.authorize.net/gateway/transact.dll It will probably say something like curl built

RE: [PHP] Re: POST fields through CURL

2002-08-11 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Are you sure that the HTTP header should be on there? I don't believe that is correct. It is the use of CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS with the curl_setopt function that indicates that a POST is being made. I just checked the code I used for credit card clearing it does NOT include the HTTP headers.

[PHP] CURL SSL

2002-07-27 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I am on a server that has CURL OpenSSL enabled. I assumed that this meant that I could do https: requests via CURL. But for some reason, my attempts to do this are not working. If I do a CURL http: request, everything works fine (i.e., I get the web page, as expected). But if I use an https:

RE: [PHP] Password in script

2002-07-18 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Yes, but if you're on a shared server, other users of the user will likely be able to read your PHP files get the password. -Original Message- From: Tyler Longren [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 23:10 PM To: Sailom Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP]

[PHP] Help with Configure Options

2002-07-10 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I am thinking of moving PHP-based web site to a new server. In doing my due diligence, I see that the new server has some different PHP configure options. I was able to make sense of most of them by looking through the PHP web site. But I'm still stumped by some of them. I'm hoping people

RE: [PHP] Help needed with hexdec();

2002-07-07 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I spent many frustrating days debugging a similar problem. I don't understand exactly what is going on, but it seems that the problems revolve around PHP's treatment of an integer as signed or unsigned. Through experimentation I determined that the way you specify an integer constant (decimal

RE: [PHP] HTTPS vs. HTTP ?

2002-07-05 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
-Original Message- From: Alberto Serra [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, July 05, 2002 8:54 PM Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] HTTPS vs. HTTP ? Besides, using an HTTPS server implies (correct me if I am wrong) consuming an IP number, . . . Ok ... you're wrong.

RE: [PHP] Keeping Secrets in PHP Files

2002-06-29 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
-Original Message- From: Peter J. Schoenster [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2002 1:27 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] Keeping Secrets in PHP Files Yeah, you are assuming an environment that does not necessarily have to be. Why must one Apache

[PHP] Keeping Secrets in PHP Files

2002-06-28 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
The recent thread on security has prompted me to think about security in a shared server environment. I want to see if my understanding is correct ... Let's say I am in a shared server environment the provider does NOT have safe_mode turned on. In that case, it seems to me that it is insecure

RE: [PHP] Keeping Secrets in PHP Files

2002-06-28 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
this just opens up the same hole. Yes? -Original Message- From: Erik Price [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, June 28, 2002 9:43 AM To: Jonathan Rosenberg Cc: php-list Subject: Re: [PHP] Keeping Secrets in PHP Files On Friday, June 28, 2002, at 09:30 AM, Jonathan Rosenberg wrote

RE: [PHP] Help with forms data please

2002-06-12 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
How about if you just return the user to the same page? Will that work? -Original Message- From: Bret L Conard [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2002 7:33 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Help with forms data please I need to send the data from a form

RE: [PHP] include_once(blah); vs $blah=blah; include($blah);

2002-06-11 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Out of curiosity, try ?php global $root; $blah=include\blah.php; include_once $blah; ? see if it behaves differently (i.e., no parens around the include file name). -Original Message- From: Henry [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday,

RE: [PHP] comparing strings does not work

2002-06-11 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
strcmp returns 0 if the two strings are equal. In any case, why not just do if ($city == $city_new) $error = true; -Original Message- From: andy [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 9:10 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] comparing strings does not

RE: [PHP] include_once(blah); vs $blah=blah; include($blah);

2002-06-11 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
the including file is the file that was doing the include! Previously include_once($blah) just messed up the scoping and global vars! Henry Jonathan Rosenberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Out of curiosity, try ?php global $root;

RE: [PHP] include_once(blah); vs $blah=blah; include($blah);

2002-06-11 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
; include_once($filename); 2) include_once(include./reallyimportantstuff.php); 3) $root=include; include_once($root./reallyimportantstuff.php); ? Henry Jonathan Rosenberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Hmmm ... does the lin

[PHP] PHP Hex Numbers

2002-06-03 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I would think that if $a were a number that echo $a; and printf('%d', $a); would produce the same output. Is this correct? Either I'm missing something, or PHP gets very confused when dealing with some numbers. For example, the following program ? $result =

RE: [PHP] Re: PHP Hex Numbers

2002-06-03 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
-Original Message- From: Jason Teagle [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 9:27 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Re: PHP Hex Numbers When doing arithmetic in code, you should always be prepared to handle signed and unsigned. Thanks for the reply. I

[PHP] Encryption without Mcrypt?

2002-06-02 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I need to do some encryption/decryption of data in PHP. I don't need anything heavy duty. Just some scheme that obscures strings in a non-trivial manner. I am on a shared hosting site which doesn't have the mcrypt suite installed with PHP ( they won't install it). Does anyone know of any

RE: [PHP] Baffled, line producing error

2002-06-01 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
What is the exact error message are you seeing? -Original Message- From: Craig Vincent [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Saturday, June 01, 2002 11:29 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Baffled, line producing error I was happily coding when I came across a mysterious

[PHP] Standalone PHP Binaries?

2002-05-31 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Can someone point me at a site that has pre-compiled binaries for a standalone PHP interpreter? In particular, I'm looking to use one on Solaris. TIA. -- JR -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] Running Setuid Programs fro PHP?

2002-05-31 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
From my testing, it seems that PHP (or is it Apache) ignores the setuid bit when executing an external program (e.g., via passthru). is this correct? if so, is there some way to override this, so that the program will run setuid? -- JR -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To

RE: [PHP] Running Setuid Programs fro PHP?

2002-05-31 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Oops ... never mind. I answered my own question. I had made a typo that was causing the problem. External programs ARE run as setuid from PHP/Apache. -Original Message- From: Jonathan Rosenberg [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, May 31, 2002 4:27 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [PHP] writing to files

2002-05-31 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Looks like you're using fopen() incorrectly. Try: fopen($file_name,r+); How about just fopen($file_name, r+); instead. No need for the surrounding s. -- JR -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] fdup Pipes?

2002-05-30 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
It's been a long time since I've programmed on Unix, but there was a common technique used in C programs for invoking a program allowing the invoker to read write to its standard input/output. I believe it used a combination of pipes the fdup function. Is it possible to emulate this same

RE: [PHP] fdup Pipes?

2002-05-30 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
, Jonathan Rosenberg wrote: It's been a long time since I've programmed on Unix, but there was a common technique used in C programs for invoking a program allowing the invoker to read write to its standard input/output. I believe it used a combination of pipes the fdup function

RE: [PHP] fdup Pipes?

2002-05-30 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
10:45 AM To: Jonathan Rosenberg Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] fdup Pipes? Yes it was. In your message you had this header: In-Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Which means you hit 'Reply' in your crappy Outlook program, deleted the Subject line and posted your message that way

[PHP] fdup Pipes? (New Thread)

2002-05-30 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
It's been a long time since I've programmed on Unix, but there was a common technique used in C programs for invoking a program allowing the invoker to read write via standard input/output. I believe it used a combination of pipes the fdup function. Is it possible to emulate this behavior in

[PHP] Using Named Pipes

2002-05-30 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I'm trying to use a named pipe in PHP, but I have a feeling I'm misunderstanding something. I'm hoping someone might have some insight. Here's the basic outline of what I'm doing posix_mkfifo($argfile, 0600) $argp = fopen($argfile, w+); $command = program $argfile;

RE: [PHP] newbie: redirecting a POSTed form

2002-05-29 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I think the CURL library (http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.curl.php) is your best bet for doing this, since you must need SSL (you mentioned credit card authorization). If the CURL library isn't compiled with your version of PHP, you could use the CURL executable invoke it with exec.

RE: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse

2002-05-29 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
-Original Message- From: Thalis A. Kalfigopoulos [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 10:27 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse On Wed, 29 May 2002, Jason Wong wrote: Yes this hightlights another shortcoming of PHP

RE: [PHP] newbie: redirecting a POSTed form

2002-05-29 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I'm not aware of any simpler method. Are you unable to install a stand-alone executable on the server you are using? -Original Message- From: PeterV [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 11:28 AM To: Jonathan Rosenberg; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] newbie

RE: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse

2002-05-29 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
-Original Message- From: Thalis A. Kalfigopoulos [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 1:40 PM To: Jonathan Rosenberg Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse On Wed, 29 May 2002, Jonathan Rosenberg wrote: You need to brush

[PHP] POST Format

2002-05-29 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
This is not entirely a PHP question I should know the answer, but ... I'm trying to figure out how to correct the proper format for simulating the data sent in a POST. I believe the basic syntax is name1=value1name2=value2 ... Is this correct? If so, how are the value's encoded? Is each

RE: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse

2002-05-28 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I would think that the first occurrence of ? would/should terminate the PHP code. This makes sense because the surrounding text is HTML the HTML parser does not understand PHP comments. Yes? -Original Message- From: Johnson, Kirk [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, May 28,

RE: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse

2002-05-28 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
BTW: if my last message was correct, this means that an occurrence of ? embedded in a string literal will also cause problems. -Original Message- From: Johnson, Kirk [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 4:08 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] comment

RE: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse

2002-05-28 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
The parser needs to emulate the behavior of the HTML parser, which will match the first ? with the opening ? string. Make sense? -Original Message- From: Leotta, Natalie (NCI/IMS) [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 4:41 PM To: 'Jonathan Rosenberg'; Johnson, Kirk

RE: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails to parse

2002-05-28 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
a server that doesn't execute PHP, the code will not appear display. -Original Message- From: Ed Gorski [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 4:53 PM To: Kevin Stone; Jonathan Rosenberg; Johnson Kirk; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] comment followed by ? fails

RE: [PHP] Function Switch($pid) - NEED HELP

2002-05-25 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
-Original Message- From: Vincent Kruger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Saturday, May 25, 2002 8:41 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Function Switch($pid) - NEED HELP I have a script that switches. switch($pid) { case 1: break; case 2: break; } Now

[PHP] and Operators

2002-05-21 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Are the and operators identical in semantics to those operators in C? In particular, do they handle sign extension in the same manner? -- JR -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] How can I access the value in a variable whos name is in a string

2002-05-18 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I'm a PHP amateur, but a quick perusal of Eval in the manual says In PHP 4, eval() returns FALSE unless return() is called in the evaluated code, in which case the value passed to return() is returned. In PHP 3, eval() does not return a value. -Original

[PHP] Logging Errors to a File

2002-05-17 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I am using an Apache webserver w/ PHP provided by a hosting company I can't seem to get PHP errors logged to a file. From reading the docs, my understanding is that I need to set error_log to the name of a file set log_errors to on in the php.ini file (.htaccess, in my case). Is this correct?

[PHP] Logging Errors to a File

2002-05-15 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I am using an Apache webserver w/ PHP provided by a hosting company I can't seem to get PHP errors logged to a file. From reading the docs, my understanding is that I need to set error_log to the name of a file set log_errors to on in the php.ini file (.htaccess, in my case). Is this

RE: [PHP] Logging Errors to a File

2002-05-15 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
. -Original Message- From: Jonathan Rosenberg [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 11:45 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Logging Errors to a File I am using an Apache webserver w/ PHP provided by a hosting company I can't seem to get PHP errors

[PHP] fgetcsv With a String?

2002-05-14 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Is there any way that I can use fgetcsv, but have it get its input from a string, instead of using a file pointer? From the online docs, there doesn't seem to be a way, but I thought I'd check with the list. -- JR -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit:

[PHP] Making a Client-side HTTPS Request

2002-05-06 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
I would like to be able to make a client side HTTPS request from one of my pages. From searching around, I see that I can do everything I want using the CURL library. But the ISP I am using does not have the CURL library installed. I'll ask them if they'll install this library. But, assuming

RE: [PHP] Re: Making a Client-side HTTPS Request

2002-05-06 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
To: Jonathan Rosenberg Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Re: Making a Client-side HTTPS Request Jonathan Rosenberg wrote: I would like to be able to make a client side HTTPS request from one of my pages. From searching around, I see that I can do everything I want using the CURL library

RE: [PHP] Re: Making a Client-side HTTPS Request

2002-05-06 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
]] Sent: Monday, May 06, 2002 1:35 PM To: Jonathan Rosenberg Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Making a Client-side HTTPS Request What i meant was the actual curl application is installed on the server. Accessible from the command line at, for example, /usr/local/bin/curl

RE: [PHP] file_exists

2002-05-06 Thread Jonathan Rosenberg
Does fopen() actually work for https connections? I thought this implementation was not yet released. -Original Message- From: Austin Marshall [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Monday, May 06, 2002 9:40 PM To: Craig Westerman Cc: php-general-list Subject: Re: [PHP] file_exists