1. 22 Mar, 2016 2 commits
    • Jay Satiro's avatar
      build-wolfssl: Update VS properties for wolfSSL v3.9.0 · f7bb1fc1
      Jay Satiro authored
      - Do not use wolfSSL's sample user-setting files.
      wolfSSL starting in v3.9.0 has added their own sample user settings that
      are applied by default, but we don't use them because we have our own
      - Do not use wolfSSL's Visual Studio Unicode character setting.
      wolfSSL Visual Studio projects use the Unicode character set however our
      settings and options imitate mingw build which does not use the Unicode
      character set. This does not appear to have any effect at the moment but
      better safe than sorry.
      These changes are backwards compatible with earlier versions.
    • Steve Holme's avatar
      hostip6: Fixed compilation warnings when verbose strings disabled · f974ffdd
      Steve Holme authored
      warning C4189: 'data': local variable is initialized but not referenced
      ...and some minor formatting/spacing changes.
  2. 20 Mar, 2016 5 commits
  3. 19 Mar, 2016 9 commits
  4. 18 Mar, 2016 4 commits
    • Daniel Stenberg's avatar
      bump: the coming release is 7.48.0 · 997a95bb
      Daniel Stenberg authored
    • Daniel Stenberg's avatar
      configure: use cpp -P when needed · ecf95343
      Daniel Stenberg authored
      Since gcc 5, the processor output can get split up on multiple lines
      that made the configure script fail to figure out values from
      definitions. The fix is to use cpp -P, and this fix now first checks if
      cpp -P is necessary and then if cpp -P works before it uses that to
      extract defined values.
      Fixes #719
    • Steve Holme's avatar
      formdata.c: Fixed compilation warning · 7e312bdf
      Steve Holme authored
      formdata.c:390: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different size
      Introduced in commit ca5f9341 this happens because a char*, which is
      32-bits wide in 32-bit land, is being cast to a curl_off_t which is
      64-bits wide where 64-bit integers are supported by the compiler.
      This doesn't happen in 64-bit land as a pointer is the same size as a
      This fix doesn't address the fact that a 64-bit value cannot be used
      for CURLFORM_CONTENTLEN when set in a form array and compiled on a
      32-bit platforms, it does at least suppress the compilation warning.
    • Daniel Stenberg's avatar
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