[PD] https get in Pd
reduzent at gmail.com
Wed May 22 17:25:43 CEST 2019
On Wed, 2019-05-22 at 10:22 -0400, Martin Peach wrote:
> On Wed, May 22, 2019 at 10:03 AM oliver <oliver at klingt.org> wrote:
> > >>
> > >> WINDOWS: [system] (in the "motex" library)
> > >> LINUX & OSX: [shell] (in the "ggee" library)
> > >
> > > Yes, you can, but it is not portable (as it requires different
> > > solutions depending on platform) and requires additional
> > filesystem
> > > interactions. Using [shell] (or [system] for that matter) has all
> > kinds
> > > of side effects, like [shell] searches scripts relative to Pd
> > start
> > > location instead of relative to Pd patch. I wouldn't recommend
> > using
> > > those
> > you are right, it's more like a workaround/hack in case nothing
> > else
> > works. and it involves some tweaking, that's true.
> > for the purpose of http-downloading, one would also need a 3rd
> > party
> > commandline program like "wget" (at least for windows, as it's not
> > native).
> I was looking into making a [httpsget] external but the whole TLS
> thing seems very difficult.
> For my purposes on linux I use [shell] with wget to save the data to
> a file, then open it with [binfile].
> I was wondering if there is some cross-platform library to do the ssh
I guess you mean SSL/TLS
> , as I'm sure implementing it from scratch would take forever and be
> very error-prone. Not to mention doing it using vanilla objects....
I don't see why someone would have to do the work, it's already done:
♥♥♥ purest_json ♥♥♥
It does proper TLS and is cross-platform. Deken has binaries for
Windows-i386 and they work, I just tested it (on Wine).
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