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Re: libwww questions



LSH wrote:
> 
>                                 Hello there!
> 
>         I wonder if anyone could help me with my questions or direct me
> to the place where the answers could be found.
> 
>         I have acquired W3C code for libwww and compiled it for Mac (68K)
> and Windows (32-bit, NT).  I have encountered couple of problems on both
> platforms:
> 
>         Mac: (when running libapp_3.c example) the connection gets established
>                 fine but when the program tries to extract the HTML file,
>                 I get the following error:
> Error Add... number:  44    Severity: 1 Parameter: `NETWRITE: unknown error'
>  Where: `NETWRITE'
>                 The program then tried to read the input from stdin.
>                 Is there something that I am doing wrong?
>                 (If you need more info, I'd be glad to provide it for you.)
>         Windows: (when running any libapp_x.c eamples) the program terminates
>                         with the following error:
> First-Chance Exception in libapp.exe (USER32.DLL): 0xC000005: Access Violation
>                         I work with VC 2.0.  Also, when trying to do HTLoadAbsolute()
>                         in libapp_3.c, the program exists saying that I am referencing
>                         memory at 0x00000000.  It obviously is trying to read an invalid
>                         memory.  Can you tell me what is going on?
> 
>         Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!
> 
> Leo Shuster

As the libapp_3.c is a console application (for windows NT), so
if you want to make it work you must compile the DLLs by defining
_CONSOLE. 

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