Re: Trouble with message/rfc822 parser
Some weeks ago, I asked:
> Also, can someone advise me on an appropriate code fragment to launch
> the converter? I'm running in a CGI environment; that is, filedescriptor
> zero is a socket to the client, from which I'm supposed to read the form
> data, and the environment variable CONTENT_LENGTH contains the number of
> bytes of data. I thought of using HTLoadSocket, but it
> doesn't seem to have any way to constrain the
> amount of data to read.
Henrik Frystyk Nielsen <email@example.com> said:
> The way to do this is to return HT_LOADED from _your_ stream when you
> have read the number of bytes that you expect. Then this will be
> passed back to the socket read loop which will then terminate. You
> can see an example of this in the HTMIME.c module where we in order
> to support persistent connections - we return HT_LOADED when we have
> read content-length bytes.
I finally got back to trying this.
It doesn't work! HTSocketRead tries to read INPUT_BUFFER_SIZE bytes.
There needs to be a way to make sure that it never even tries to get
more than CONTENT_LENGTH, or else it'll read excess data from the socket.
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