> By googling for "class Net::HTTP::Post multipart" you can find an
>  article on www.pivotalblabs.com

The direct URL for this article is
http://pivots.pivotallabs.com/users/damon/blog/articles/227-standup-04-27-07-testing-file-uploads

On 24/10/2007, Phil Meier <phil.meier / gmx.net> wrote:
> Abir B. schrieb:
>
> > Richard Conroy wrote:
>  >> Abir,
>  >>      are you using a HTTP client library? Or are you using something
>  >> more basic like
>  >> raw net/http or open-uri ? You could cheat and use something a bit
>  >> more high level
>  >> like Hpricot.
>  >>
>  >> Or are you using something non-Ruby like curl, and need to know exactly
>  >> how you
>  >> pad out the HTTP Header?
>  >
>  > I used Ruby (Mongrel) to code the server, and for the client I must use
>  > ruby because the file will be generated by the client and then sent to
>  > the server, but I'm confused between httpclient, net/http, open-uri ...
>  > I don't know the best choice wich respond to my needs.
>  >
>  > P.S : Robert Dober I can't run your example because httprequest in
>  > Mongrel is different from webrick (has only 2 attributes body and
>  > params).
>  >
>  > thanks
>  >
>
>
> By googling for "class Net::HTTP::Post multipart" you can find an
>  article on www.pivotalblabs.com that has a solution on how to enhance
>  net/https (by defining a 'text_to_multipart' method etc.). I used this
>  code snippet and it works really well.
>
>  BR Phil
>
>