your using curl? how do you like it? what's it like?

thanks if you've got a moment to anwser.

~transami

On Thu, 2002-07-04 at 20:04, comp Rules wrote:
> Sorry,
> 
> false alarm. I was writing a curl Config file within
> Ruby and forgot to close it before I ran curl.
> 
> Thanks for the help. I also ran strace and it looks
> like a cool tool
> 
> Regards
> Peter McGregor 
> 
> 
> --- Ned Konz <ned / bike-nomad.com> wrote: > On Tuesday
> 02 July 2002 10:15 pm, comp Rules wrote:
> > 
> > > I am using the following command inside ruby
> > >
> > > runCmd			= %x{curl --proxy 192.168.0.5:3128  -d
> > > userName=aaaa -d password=password -d command=put 
> > -o
> > > ./temp/putOutput.txt -d fileName=abc --config
> > > ./temp/tmpDataConfig.txt
> > > https://192.168.0.8/RF/RemoteFileAccess}
> > >
> > > This command fails within ruby but works on the
> > > command line{in Linux}
> > >
> > > Within Ruby Curl tries to open a Config file but
> > > silently fails.
> > >
> > > Is Ruby supposed to allow OS type commands like
> > Curl
> > > to open their own files?
> > 
> > What's the failure? Does it get any better when you
> > pass full 
> > pathnames for the two files you have in the command
> > line?
> > 
> > Why don't you run strace and give us the output:
> > 
> > strace -o ruby.out -f -F -e trace=file,process ruby
> > myRubyProgram.rb
> > 
> > Especially look for chdir() calls and failed opens
> > of the config 
> > file...
> > 
> > -- 
> > Ned Konz
> > http://bike-nomad.com
> > GPG key ID: BEEA7EFE
> >  
> 
> 
> 
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