----- Original Message ----- From: "Ken Jones" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > On Wednesday 07 April 2004 12:44 am, Rick Widmer wrote: > > So, is it safe to assume that +OK means a command was accepted, and no > > data will be returned, and +OK+ means a that data follows? > > Yes. What do you think about that idea. > It should make it easier to parse the return. > > Currently it always returns either: > "+OK " > "+OK+" > "-ERR" > always 4 characters long. > > For a "+OK " keep reading untill untill "\r\n" > > For "+OK+" keep reading untill "\r\n.\r\n" > A line with just a . on it like the pop3 protocol > > For "-ERR" keep reading untill "\r\n" > > For stream oriented readers like FILE * in C > you can always read untill a newline "\r\n\" > > I'll upload the code into cvs today so you can get > the latest code from there.