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Re: lynx-dev Revised patch for HTFTP.c

From: Klaus Weide
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Revised patch for HTFTP.c
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2000 23:39:05 -0500 (CDT)

On Sun, 20 Aug 2000, Duncan Simpson wrote:

> I might just jump in here and suggets that if lynx'slogic converts CRLF to 

It doesn't, it was the server.

> int mygetchar()

> and using mygetchar() instead of gerchat everywhere. Similar versions can
> be done for FILE * objects (pass the function structure with last and the 
> *). This converts CRLF, LFCR, CR, LF or any mixture of them to all single \n 
> by automagically absorbing the second character of CRLF and LFCR.

Lynx code already does most of that. (Not LFCR AFAIK.  Nor should it.)

> Of course if 
> the server, or file, is broken and sends CRCRLF it gets truned into two line 
> feeds.

IOW, no change.

> Will this technique deal with those pesky files that do not render 
> "correctly" 
> at present? If this fixes it then I guess lynx was more broken that the 
> servers.

Uhm, you really *did* jump in without checking the context...


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