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- Subject: Re: LuaCurl on Windows
- From: Luc1an0 <luc1an0@...>
- Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 18:23:34 +0200
2007/9/11, Jeff Pohlmeyer <email@example.com>:--
On 9/11/07, Luc1an0 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > local f=io.open("X:\My\certificate\file.crt")
> > Maybe you need to escape the backslashes?
> > c:setopt(curl.OPT_SSLCERT,"X:\\My\\certificate\\file.crt")
> It was the first way I've tried because my program will be a NT service
> So I have to use absolute path.
I guess I don't understand -
You must use absolute path, but you can't escape (double) the backslashes?
Yes, I always use the double backslashes !! It's obliged in Lua on Windows
are in the same folder, and I start my application with a windows command line, I can use just short filename and not the full... But only by this way !