cURL

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7.37.0
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Monday, 8 September, 2014

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cURL is a command line tool for transferring files with URL syntax, supporting FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, SFTP, TFTP, TELNET, DICT, FILE and LDAP.

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curl-7.37.0-2.oc00 (08/09/2014)
Repository: Netlabs stable
Changelog Version 7.37.0 (20 May 2014) Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - THANKS: 18 new contributors for 7.37.0 - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 85f4075bdbf3 Possibly the final update before release... Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - README: Added some outstanding tasks to the TODO list Added a couple of outstanding tasks to the TODO section that we didn't get time to do before the release. Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - http2: make connection re-use work Http2 connections would wrongly get closed after each individual request. Co-authored-by: Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1374 - [Fabian Frank brought this change] ALPN: fix typo in http/1.1 identifier According to https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-applayerprotoneg-05 it is "http/1.1" and not "http/1.0". Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - build-openssl.bat: Added check for OpenSSL source directory - build-openssl.bat: Added default source directory when not specified Added a default source directory so the user doesn't have to specify one - the same as that, which the Visual Studio project files expect the OpenSSL dependencies to be in. - Makefile.am: Fixed missing / in VC10+ project file generation - INSTALL: Updated MSVC 6 caveats To use an up to date download link as well as remove duplicate information. - INSTALL: Updated for new Visual Studio project files - build: Slight rename of new LIB_* makefile file variables In order to try and be consistent between curl and libcurl renamed the recently introduced LIB_* makefile file variables. - build: Removed old Visual Studio project files Daniel Stenberg (18 May 2014) - maketgz: two more CRLF grrr, missed them in my previous fix - test1014: GSS-API is only in curl-config. not in curl Follow-up to commit 121bcfee5d1. curl-config --features now lists GSS-API but it is not a listed feature in curl -V. This should probably be synchronized. - test1134: verify CREDSPERREQUEST for HTTP Verifies that the change in 68f0166a92 works as intended and that different HTTP auth credentials to the same host still re-uses the connection properly. - maketgz: remove CRLF newlines Steve Holme (18 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Corrected a couple of grammar errors - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for curl tool - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - [Daniel Stenberg brought this change] maketgz: run make vc-ide before make dist To get the VC project files generated before packaging! - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for libcurl - Makefile.am: Removed old Visual Studio project file generation Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 831f6dd1d986c9 Steve Holme (17 May 2014) - build: Fixed another tabulation issue in the Visual Studio file generator Dan Fandrich (17 May 2014) - axtls: Fixed too long source line Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - configure: add GSS-API to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1344 Reported-by: Michael Osipov - configure: add SPNEGO to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1343 Reported-by: Michael Osipov Dan Fandrich (16 May 2014) - axtls: Add a TODO to a potential blocking call with no timeout Daniel Stenberg (16 May 2014) - curl_easy_getinfo.3: clarify CURLINFO_SIZE_DOWNLOAD It counts "body" data only, no meta data, no headers. - curl_easy_setopt.3: prefer XFERINFOFUNCTION to PROGRESSFUNCTION - HTTP: CREDSPERREQUEST is for HTTP too Commit 517b06d657ace (in 7.36.0) that brought the CREDSPERREQUEST flag only set it for HTTPS, making HTTP less good at doing connection re-use than it should be. Now set it for HTTP as well. Simple test case "curl -v -u foo:bar localhost --next -u bar:foo localhos" Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0127.html Reported-by: Kamil Dudka - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 53a5b95c21586 - CURLINFO_SSL_VERIFYRESULT: assign at first connect call The variable wasn't assigned at all until step3 which would lead to a failed connect never assigning the variable and thus returning a bad value. Reported-by: Larry Lin Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0203.html - timers: fix timer regression involving redirects / reconnects In commit 0b3750b5c23c25f (released in 7.36.0) we fixed a timeout issue but instead broke the timings. To fix this, I introduce a new timestamp to use for the timeouts and restored the previous timestamp and timestamp position so that the old timer functionality is restored. In addition to that, that change also broke connection timeouts for when more than one connect was used (as it would then count the total time from the first connect and not for the most recent one). Now Curl_timeleft() has been modified so that it checks against different start times depending on which timeout it checks. Test 1303 is updated accordingly. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0147.html Reported-by: Ryan Braud Steve Holme (15 May 2014) - darwinssl: Updated copyright following recent changes Nick Zitzmann (14 May 2014) - darwinssl: fix potential crash when attempting to copy an identity from a P12 file This could've happened if SecPKCS12Import() returned noErr _and_ no identity. Steve Holme (12 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 52d16c84d2 Daniel Stenberg (12 May 2014) - openssl: unbreak PKCS12 support Regression introduced in ce362e8eb9c (7.31.0) Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1371 Reported-by: Dmitry Steve Holme (11 May 2014) - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - build: Fixed some tabulation issues in the Visual Studio file generator - tests: Fixed up DIGEST-MD5 tests following commit 8342b6e1dc - sasl: Fixed missing qop in the client's challenge-response message Whilst the qop directive isn't required to be present in a client's response, as servers should assume a qop of "auth" if it isn't specified, some may return authentication failure if it is missing. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - Makefile.inc: Separated the lib and lib/vtls source file variables To cater for the automatic generation of the new Visual Studio project files, moved the lib file list into a separated variable so that lib and lib/vtls can be referenced independently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 0ab2c444b5 - Makefile.b32: Fixed for vtls changes Follow up fix to commits a47c142a88, 11e8066ef9 and 92b9ae5c5d. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0025.html Reported and assisted by: Jon Torrey Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - lib1506: make sure the transfers are not within the same ms Just to make sure the test is properly repeatable. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0081.html Reported-by: Henrik - libtests: add a wait_ms() function This allows a libcurl test to portably sleep for a given number of milliseconds. Steve Holme (9 May 2014) - tool_operate.c: Fixed TAB is white space from commit 5b8ae0a985 - tool_urlglob.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warnings An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - getinfo.c: Fixed compilation warning The indicated statement is not reachable. Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - CONTRIBUTE: mention our Bug/Reported-by commit style Kamil Dudka (9 May 2014) - http: avoid auth failure on a duplicated header ... 'WWW-Authenticate: Negotiate' received from server Reported by: David Woodhouse Bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1093348 Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - cacertinmem: fix memory leak While "just" an example it still isn't nice to leak memory. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1368 Fixed-by: Marko - TODO: firefox will soon support SSL (HTTPS) to proxy Dan Fandrich (9 May 2014) - test87: Get rid of extraneous square brackets in tag Daniel Stenberg (8 May 2014) - [Patrick Watson brought this change] mk-ca-bundle: added -p -p takes a list of Mozilla trust purposes and levels for certificates to include in output. Takes the form of a comma separated list of purposes, a colon, and a comma separated list of levels. - FAQ: Added 5.18 Does libcurl use threads? Dan Fandrich (7 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Added contributor - [Aaro Koskinen brought this change] configure: Don't set LD_LIBRARY_PATH when cross-compiling Most of LD_LIBRARY_PATH adjustments are already guarded, but not all. The patch fixes cross-compilation failure when libidn is present. Steve Holme (7 May 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 Now nghttp2_submit_request returns assigned stream ID, we don't have to check stream ID using before_stream_send_callback. The adjust_priority_callback was removed. - curl.1: Added missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - tool_help: Fixed missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - url.c: Fixed compilation warning/error Depending on compiler line 3505 could generate the following warning or error: * warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code * A declaration cannot appear after an executable statement in a block * error C2275: 'size_t' : illegal use of this type as an expression - TODO: Fixed some spelling mistakes - TODO: Add support for concurrent connections in ftpserver.pl - build: Fixed file format version number in VC12 solution files Unlike previous versions of Visual Studio the VC12 solution file format does not increment the format version number, but instead, only changes the version comment text. This incorrectly set version number would cause problems for any third party piece of software that would read the solution file expecting the version number to be 12.00 and found it to be 13.00, such as some build accelerators. Verified against a freshly created solution file which was generated with VC12. - [Ivo Bellin Salarin brought this change] build-openssl.bat: Corrected use of angled brackets in help output Angled brackets were used in the help output to indicate that the compiler and platform arguments are mandatory. Unfortunately this caused a "< was unexpected at this time" error as the characters are interpreted as re-direction characters when not escaped. Dan Fandrich (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: changed encoding to UTF-8 Daniel Stenberg (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 5de8d84098db1bd2 - fix_hostname: strip off a single trailing dot from host name Primarily for SNI, we need the host name without a trailing dot. "https://www.example.com." resolves fine but fails on SNI unless the dot is removed. Reported-by: Leon Winter Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0161.html - curl: bail on cookie use when built with disabled cookies - [Daniel Johnson brought this change] Enable poll on darwin13 Poll has long been broken on Mac OS X. Starting with 10.9 (darwin13) it now works correctly so this patch enables it there. - curl_easy_setopt.3: added the proto for CURLOPT_SSH_KNOWNHOSTS Dan Fandrich (5 May 2014) - tests: Use standard libtest return codes when relevant - test1513: Don't return an uninitialized variable on init failure Daniel Stenberg (5 May 2014) - [Jeff King brought this change] curl_multi_cleanup: ignore SIGPIPE better When looping and closing each individual connection left open, the SIGPIPE ignoring was not done and could thus lead to death by signal 13. Bug: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/238242 - TODO: the FTP HOST command is now in RFC 7151 - TODO: Update date and version in man pages Mentioned in bug #1342 - schannel: don't use the connect-timeout during send As there's a default connection timeout and this wrongly used the connection timeout during a transfer after the connection is completed, this function would trigger timeouts during transfers erroneously. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1352 Figured-out-by: Radu Simionescu - mprintf: allow %.s with data not being zero terminated If the precision is indeed shorter than the string, don't strlen() to find the end because that's not how the precision operator works. I also added a unit test for curl_msnprintf to make sure this works and that the fix doesn't a few other basic use cases. I found a POSIX compliance problem that I marked TODO in the unit test, and I figure we need to add more tests in the future. Reported-by: Török Edwin Steve Holme (4 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 4febbedc5a - curl_ntlm_core: Fixed use of long long for VC6 and VC7 Commit 07b66cbfa4 unfortunately broke native NTLM message support in compilers, such as VC6, VC7 and others, that don't support long long type declarations. This commit fixes VC6 and VC7 as they support the __int64 extension, however, we should consider an additional fix for other compilers that don't support this. - config-win32.h: Fixed HAVE_LONGLONG for Visual Studio .NET 2003 and up Fixed the HAVE_LONGLONG declaration as long long is supported in Visual Studio .NET 2003 (VC7.1) onwards. Daniel Stenberg (4 May 2014) - openssl: biomem->data is not zero terminated So printf(%s) on it or reading before bounds checking is wrong, fixing it. Could previously lead to reading out of boundary. Reported-by: Török Edwin - BUILD.WINDOWS: update URL for windows prereqs - easy_perform: spelling mistake in error message Steve Holme (1 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Added build-openssl.bat as README file references it Missed in commit dce748d3f1. - build: Fixed Visual Studio project file generator missing some files As of commit 6cdd88f22c the Visual Studio project file generator would skip the first and last file from each group of files. - build: Added OpenSSL VC build helper for side-by-side compilations - build: Added Visual Studio 2003 .NET (VC7.1) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7.1 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (1 May 2014) - test585: Fixed NULL pointer dereference in fopen Steve Holme (30 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed generation when source file names contain spaces This shouldn't happen with the source files in the repository, but fixed the output when there are spurious files lying around that contain spaces. For example "pop3 - Copy.c" By including the offending source file in the project files the user can then see the file and remove it if necessary. - build: Added VC7 and VC7.1 support to the project file generator Note: VC7.1 templates are currently not available. - build: Added VC6 and VC12 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC11 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC9 and VC10 support to the project file generator - build: Added Visual Studio project file generator Added a batch file for generating the Visual Studio project files from the new template files. - copyright: Updated following recent edits Dan Fandrich (29 Apr 2014) - runtests.pl: Improved the check for a crash during torture tests - Added a few more const where possible - unit1395: Fixed null pointer dereference on torture test Daniel Stenberg (27 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 commit 6d5f40238028f2d8c (Apr 27) or later nghttp2 is now required Steve Holme (27 Apr 2014) - build: Added other VC6 output files to the .gitignore list - build: Corrected libcurl PDB file name for x64 builds in VC8 through VC12 - build: Added Visual Studio .NET (VC7) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Added Visual Studio 6.0 (VC6) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added a more thorough version of the VC6 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (26 Apr 2014) - INFILESIZE: fields in UserDefined must not be changed run-time set.infilesize in this case was modified in several places, which could lead to repeated requests using the same handle to get unintendent/wrong consequences based on what the previous request did! Kamil Dudka (25 Apr 2014) - nss: propagate blocking direction from NSPR I/O ... during the non-blocking SSL handshake Daniel Stenberg (23 Apr 2014) - test325: verify --proto-redir https=>http - handler: make 'protocol' always specified as a single bit This makes the findprotocol() function work as intended so that libcurl can properly be restricted to not support HTTP while still supporting HTTPS - since the HTTPS handler previously set both the HTTP and HTTPS bits in the protocol field. This fixes --proto and --proto-redir for most SSL protocols. This is done by adding a few new convenience defines that groups HTTP and HTTPS, FTP and FTPS etc that should then be used when the code wants to check for both protocols at once. PROTO_FAMILY_[protocol] style. Bug: https://github.com/bagder/curl/pull/97 Reported-by: drizzt Steve Holme (23 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2013 (VC12) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC12 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (23 Apr 2014) - cyassl: Use error-ssl.h when available Versions since at least 2.9.4 renamed error.h to error-ssl.h, so use whichever one is available. Steve Holme (22 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 386ed2d590 Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - gtls: fix NULL pointer dereference gnutls_x509_crt_import() must not be called with a NULL certificate Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0145.html Reported-by: Damian Dixon - curl_global_init_mem: bump initialized even if already initialized As this makes curl_global_init_mem() behave the same way as curl_global_init() already does in that aspect - the same number of curl_global_cleanup() calls is then required to again decrease the counter and then eventually do the cleanup. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1362 Reported-by: Tristan Kamil Dudka (22 Apr 2014) - nss: implement non-blocking SSL handshake - nss: split Curl_nss_connect() into 4 functions Dan Fandrich (22 Apr 2014) - tests: Fixed torture test for tests 1526 & 1527 Marc Hoersken (22 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: clean up threaded approach and add documentation - sockfilt.c: zero initialize variable - sockfilt.c: fixed getting stuck waiting for MinGW stdin pipe Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - configure: use the nghttp2 path correctly with pkg-config When --with-nghttp2 was used (without a given path), the PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR varialbe could get clobbered and ruin a proper detection of the library. Reported-by: Dilyan Palauzov Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0159.html - [Dilyan Palauzov brought this change] configure: fix wrong comment copy and paste error Steve Holme (21 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed output name for Release builds in VC10 and VC11 Marc Hoersken (20 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: properly handle disk files, pipes and character input - sockfilt.c: ignore non-key-events and continue waiting for input - sockfilt.c: free memory in case of memory allocation errors - multi.c: fix possible invalid memory access in case nfds overflows ufds might not be allocated in case nfds overflows to zero while extra_nfds is still non-zero. udfs is then accessed within the extra_nfds-based for loop. - netrc.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers - parsedate.c: check sscanf result before passing it to strlen - telnet.c: check sscanf results before passing them to snprintf - telnet.c: fix possible use of uninitialized variable - telnet.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen Follow up on b0e742544be22ede33206a597b22682e51e0c676 - tool_writeout.c: initialize string pointer variable - tool_formparse.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen - connect.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers In case the first address in the tempaddr array is NULL, the code would previously dereference an unchecked null pointer. - tftp.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer - tool_urlglob.c: added some comments to clarify for loop conditions I was tempted to change those to >= 0 until I saw that this is actually a for loop that terminates once i underflows. - socks_sspi.c: added pointer guards to FreeContextBuffer calls The FreeContextBuffer SAL declaration does not declare the pointer as optional, therefore it must not be NULL. - md5.c: fix use of uninitialized variable - curl_schannel.c: added explicit cast of structure pointers - curl_schannel.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer Steve Holme (18 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 33e0cba8f1 - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP PARTIAL FETCH example - imap: Extended FETCH support to include PARTIAL URL specifier - url.c: Fixed typo in comment - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP query string examples - test810: Updated to use new IMAP URL query string functionality - imap: Expanded mailbox SEARCH support to use URL query strings - imap: Added support for parsing URL query strings Added support for parsing query strings from the URL as defined by RFC-5092. - imap: Introduced the SEARCH state - imap: Fixed untagged response detection when no data after command Should a command return untagged responses that contained no data then the imap_matchresp() function would not detect them as valid responses, as it wasn't taking the CRLF characters into account at the end of each line. - build: Added Visual Studio 2012 (VC11) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC11 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Corrected Visual Studio solutions for DLL Release x64 Daniel Stenberg (17 Apr 2014) - README.http2: mention some alt-svc thoughts Steve Holme (16 Apr 2014) - Makefile.am: Missed separator in commit fbaa2f8660 - build: Added Visual Studio 2010 (VC10) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC10 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (14 Apr 2014) - url: only use if_nametoindex() if IFNAMSIZ is available - symbian: fixed typo in comment Steve Holme (9 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2008 (VC9) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9, added VC9 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - sas: Added DIGEST-MD5 qop-option validation in native challange handling Given that we presently support "auth" and not "auth-int" or "auth-conf" for native challenge-response messages, added client side validation of the quality-of-protection options from the server's challenge message. Daniel Stenberg (8 Apr 2014) - dist: include the projects/ files in releases ... the recent MSVC project files added by Steve Holme - strerror: fix comment about vxworks' strerror_r buffer size Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0063.html Reported-by: Jeroen Koekkoek Steve Holme (6 Apr 2014) - sasl: Added forward declaration of structures following recent changes To avoid urldata.h being included from the header file or that the source file has the correct include order as highlighted by one of the auto builds recently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 5cdb61abb2 - tests: Disabled DIGEST-MD5 tests when running with SSPI enabled - sasl: Fixed compilation warning warning: no previous prototype for 'Curl_sasl_create_digest_md5_message' - sasl: Added curl_memory.h include as per test 1132 - sasl: Fixed compilation warning in SSPI builds warning: 'sasl_digest_get_key_value' defined but not used - sasl: Corrected missing free of decoded challenge message from 607883f13c - sasl: Corrected add of Curl_sasl_decode_digest_md5_message() from 2c49e96092 - sasl: Post DIGEST-MD5 SSPI code tidy up * Added comments to SSPI NTLM message generation * Added comments to native DIGEST-MD5 code * Removed redundant identity pointer - sasl: Corrected pre-processor inclusion of SSPI based DIGEST-MD5 code When CURL_DISABLE_CRYPTO_AUTH is defined the DIGEST-MD5 code should not be included, regardless of whether USE__WINDOWS_SSPI is defined or not. This is indicated by the definition of USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE and USE_NTLM in curl_setup.h. - sasl: Added support for DIGEST-MD5 via Windows SSPI - http_negotiate_sspi: Fixed compilation when USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE not defined - Makefile.vc6: Added curl_sasl_sspi.c - Makefile.vc6: Follow up fix to commit 45d3f00803 - ntlm: Moved the identity generation into shared SSPI code - sasl: Renamed SSPI module following short name clash - sasl: Added initial stub functions for SSPI DIGEST-MD support - sasl: Combined DIGEST-MD5 message decoding and generation Marc Hoersken (5 Apr 2014) - Makefile.vc6: added warnless.c to fix build Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Updated the VC++ make instructions following commit 11025613b9 * Added information regarding the February 2003 Platform SDK for VC6 * Updated the introduction to be similar to the IDE projects README Daniel Stenberg (5 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with current nghttp2, which supports h2-11 Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Added Visual Studio 2005 (VC8) project files Added a more thorough version of the VC8 project files that exist in the "vs" folder with the intention to add support for other versions of Visual Studio. These files support side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (4 Apr 2014) - curl_easy_setopt: fix wrong version number references - docs: this is for 7.37.0 And clarify for curl that --proxy-header now must be used for headers that are meant for a proxy, and they will not be included if the request is not for a proxy. - PROXYHEADER: send these headers in "normal" proxy requests too Updated the docs to clarify and the code accordingly, with test 1528 to verify: When CURLHEADER_SEPARATE is set and libcurl is asked to send a request to a proxy but it isn't CONNECT, then _both_ header lists (CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER and CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER) will be used since the single request is then made for both the proxy and the server. - test1428: verify --proxy-header - curl.1: documented --proxy-header - [Maciej Puzio brought this change] curl: add --proxy-header - symbols-in-versions: Added CURLHEADER_* ... and sorted the list - CURLOPT_HEADEROPT: added Modified the logic so that CURLOPT_HEADEROPT now controls if PROXYHEADER is actually used or not. - CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER: set headers for proxy-only Includes docs and new test cases: 1525, 1526 and 1527 Co-written-by: Vijay Panghal - HTTP: don't send Content-Length: 0 _and_ Expect: 100-continue Without request body there's no point in asking for 100-continue. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1349 Reported-by: JimS - ftp: in passive data connect wait for happy eyeballs sockets When doing passive FTP, the multi state function needs to extract and use the happy eyeballs sockets to wait for to check for completion! Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0135.html (ruined) Reported-by: Alan - http2+openssl: fix compiler warnings in ALPN using code Dan Fandrich (3 Apr 2014) - tests: unified use of some keywords - tests: added some missing closing tags Daniel Stenberg (3 Apr 2014) - runtests: insist on a <keywords> section Since all present tests now have <keywords> listed, this script will now refuse to run a given test case if no such section is provided. Hopefully this will help us make sure new test cases get keywords added at start. - tests: add keywords to the last 7 tests lacking them Steve Holme (1 Apr 2014) - smtp: Fixed login denied with a RFC-821 based server In addition to commit fe260b75e7 fixed the same issue for RFC-821 based SMTP servers and allow the credientials to be given to curl even though they are not used with the server. - tests: Added SMTP with credientials test when not supported by server Daniel Stenberg (1 Apr 2014) - urldata: spellfix comment Reported-by: Melissa Steve Holme (31 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with dd07e79023 - tests: Added SMTP with credentials test for RFC-821 based server Added SMTP (RFC-821 only) based test case as a reference for the fix provided by commit fe260b75e7. Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - ipv6: strip off zone identifiers in redirects too Follow up to 9317eced984 makes test 1056 work again. Dan Fandrich (31 Mar 2014) - docs: Removed mention of -g hack when using IPv6 literals This limitation was removed in commit 0bc4938e Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - http2: let openssl mention the exact protocol negotiated Remove a superfluous "negotiated http2" info line - http2: remove _DRAFT09 from the NPN_HTTP2 enum We're progressing throught drafts so there's no point in having a fixed one in a symbol that'll survive. - [Till Maas brought this change] URL parser: IPv6 zone identifiers are now supported - [Paul Marks brought this change] curl: stop interpreting IPv6 literals as glob patterns. This makes it possible to fetch from an IPv6 literal without specifying the -g option. Globbing remains available elsehwere in the URL. For example: curl http://[::1]/file[1-3].txt This creates no ambiguity, because there is no overlap between the syntax of valid globs and valid IPv6 literals. Globs contain hyphens and at most 1 colon, while IPv6 literals have no hyphens, and at least 2 colons. The peek_ipv6() parser simply whitelists a set of characters and counts colons, because the real validation happens later on. The character set includes A-Z, in case someone decides to implement support for scopes like [fe80::1%25eth0] in the future. Signed-off-by: Paul Marks <pmarks@google.com> Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - test938: Updated to use file input for upload As the second URL won't be passed input from stdin. - test836: Fixed incorrect username in expected output Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - DISABLED: 836, 882 and 938 hang - runtests: check protocol before data When the protocol part fails, the data usually does too but the protocol part is often more fundamental and often provide the clues you need to fix the test case. Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Extended the full text reply regular expression Extended the regex to include other valid characters such as those used in the reply text of Test 836. Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - keywords: sort case insensitive - tests: remove trailing CRs from keywords - keywords: sort keywords alphabetically - keywords: don't use STDERR for good info Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - tests: Added email unit tests to verify login credential connection re-use - tests: Corrected "APOP" authentication keyword - tests: Replaced email authentication keywords with SASL based keywords As the email protocols implement SASL authentication rather than IMAP, POP3 and SMTP specific authentication, updated the authentication keywords to reflect this. - tests: Added "Clear Text" authentication keyword - tests: Added "SASL" authentication keyword - imap-append.c: Fixed compilation errors on some platforms In the initializer for len, there is no prototype for "strlen". In this statement, there is no prototype for "memcpy". - ftpserver.pl: Removed some unused variables - ftpserver.pl: Reworked some variable names to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Corrected some indentation in senddata() Daniel Stenberg (29 Mar 2014) - lib1513: fix callback proto to silence warning Steve Holme (29 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Added fallback to <data> support when using multiple URLs Added support for falling back to <data> when <data1>, <data2>, etc... don't exist in the <reply> section of a unit test. - ftpserver.pl: Updated email based get reply data code to use new method - ftpserver.pl: Fixed syntax error from commit 3a29ee41 - ftpserver.pl: Updated argument code in STATUS_imap() to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Introduced common method for getting a test's reply data - smtp: Fixed login denied when server doesn't support AUTH capability Specifying user credentials when the SMTP server doesn't support authentication would cause curl to display "No known authentication mechanisms supported!" and return CURLE_LOGIN_DENIED. Reported-by: Tom Sparrow Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-03/0173.html Daniel Stenberg (28 Mar 2014) - [Cody Mack brought this change] winbuild: added warnless.c to fix build Dan Fandrich (26 Mar 2014) - hostcheck: added a system include to define struct in_addr - test1397: Fixed compilation with some SSL backends The test is only valid when one of four SSL backends is in use, and must otherwise return success. - test815/816: Use authentication for both URLs The improved connection reuse logic would otherwise create a new connection for each one, which isn't supported by the test server, nor expected by the test. Daniel Stenberg (26 Mar 2014) - mkhelp: generate code for --disable-manual as well This allows configure --disable-manual to run and build without having to regenerate the src/tool_hugehelp.c file which otherwise is necessary since we ship tarballs with that file present. Reported-by: Remi Gacogne Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1350 - bump: start the 7.37.0 race Version 7.36.0 (26 Mar 2014) Daniel Stenberg (26 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: 7.36.0 - [Richard J. Moore brought this change] test1397: unit test for certificate name wildcard handling - Curl_cert_hostcheck: strip trailing dots in host name and wildcard Reported-by: Richard Moore - Curl_cert_hostcheck: reject IP address wildcard matches There are server certificates used with IP address in the CN field, but we MUST not allow wild cart certs for hostnames given as IP addresses only. Therefore we must make Curl_cert_hostcheck() fail such attempts. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/docs/adv_20140326B.html Reported-by: Richard Moore - [Steve Holme brought this change] url: Fixed connection re-use when using different log-in credentials In addition to FTP, other connection based protocols such as IMAP, POP3, SMTP, SCP, SFTP and LDAP require a new connection when different log-in credentials are specified. Fixed the detection logic to include these other protocols. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/docs/adv_20140326A.html - THANKS: 14 new friends from the 7.36.0 announcement - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 3ebfaf6a0399b6a Steve Holme (23 Mar 2014) - tool_operate: Fixed uninitialised variable under some error situations For example when a URL is not specified or the headers file fails to open. - tool_parsecfg: Reworked error handling from commit fc59a9e1 - tool_getparam: Removed "dead assignment" code introduced in commit 1a9b58fc Daniel Stenberg (22 Mar 2014) - [Gisle Vanem brought this change] polarssl: avoid extra newlines in debug messages The debug messages printed inside PolarSSL always seems to end with a newline. So 'infof()' should not add one. Besides the trace 'line' should be 'const'. - rtsp: parse "Session:" header properly The parser skipped the initial letter, which presumably often is whitespace but doesn't have to be. Reported-by: Mike Hasselberg Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-03/0134.html - runtests.pl: verify specified test cases To better allow arguments like "1 to 9999" without flooding the terminal with error messages, the given test cases range is now checked and only test numbers with existing files are actually run. Dan Fandrich (19 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: fixed typo Daniel Stenberg (19 Mar 2014) - trynextip: don't store 'ai' on failed connects... It leads to the "next family" tries starting from the wrong point and thus fails! Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1337 Reported-by: ricker - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 47f8e99e78c - [Gaël PORTAY brought this change] polarssl: fix possible handshake timeout issue in multi. Because of the socket is unblocking, PolarSSL does need call to getsock to get the action to perform in multi environment. In some cases, it might happen we have not received yet all data to perform the handshake. ssh_handshake returns POLARSSL_ERR_NET_WANT_READ, the state is updated but because of the getsock has not the proper #define macro to, the library never prevents to select socket for input thus the socket will never be awaken when last data is available. Thus it leads to timeout. - [Gaël PORTAY brought this change] polarssl: break compatibility with version older than 1.3. Remove all #ifdef/else/endif macros that ensure compatibility with polarssl version previous than 1.3. - [Gaël PORTAY brought this change] polarssl: drop use of 1.2 compatibility header. API has changed since version 1.3. A compatibility header has been created to ensure forward compatibility for code using old API: * x509 certificate structure has been renamed to from x509_cert to x509_crt * new dedicated setter for RSA certificates ssl_set_own_cert_rsa, ssl_set_own_cert is for generic keys * ssl_default_ciphersuites has been replaced by function ssl_list_ciphersuites() This patch drops the use of the compatibly header. - polarssl: added missing end-of-comment from previous commit - polarssl: now require 1.3.0+ Also fixed a function name change in the version requirement bump - [hasufell brought this change] polarssl: fix compilation Rename x509_cert to x509_crt and add "compat-1.2.h" include. This would still need some more thorough conversion in order to drop "compat-1.2.h" include. Kamil Dudka (15 Mar 2014) - nss: allow to enable/disable new AES GCM cipher-suites ... if built against a new enough version of NSS - nss: allow to enable/disable new HMAC-SHA256 cipher-suites ... if built against a new enough version of NSS - nss: do not enable AES cipher-suites by default ... but allow them to be enabled/disabled explicitly. The default policy should be maintained at the NSS level. Dan Fandrich (15 Mar 2014) - tests: made the SASL modes separate keywords - tests: added missing HTTP NTLM auth keywords Also, removed an unneeded strippart - tests: disable valgrind on the remaining scp/sftp tests - valgrind.supp: added another test 165 suppression This one seems to come and go as the optimizer decides how best to inline some functions. - ssh: prevent a logic error that could result in an infinite loop - docs: fixed a bunch of typos - test640/1: add tests for --head with sftp and scp This option is currently rather useless with these protocols when no quote command is given, but it is valid. - ssh: removed a redundant close state transition - ssh: abort immediately on a header callback error Daniel Stenberg (14 Mar 2014) - chunked-encoding: provide a readable error string for chunked errors - TODO: remove http2, we now have it - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: free resources on disconnect ... and use Curl_safefree() instead of free() - openssl: info massage with SSL version used Patch-by: byte_bucket Steve Holme (9 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 8ddda0e999 Daniel Stenberg (9 Mar 2014) - README.http2: clarify the build prerequisites - SSL-PROBLEMS: add "missing intermediate certificates" piece - SSL-PROBLEMS: describes common curl+SSL problems Nick Zitzmann (8 Mar 2014) - docs: remove documentation on setting up krb4 support The information about building with Kerberos4 support was half a year out of date. We dropped support for that. Daniel Stenberg (6 Mar 2014) - ssh: fix compiler warning converting ssize_t to int Dan Fandrich (6 Mar 2014) - ssh: Fixed a style warning Also, combined a couple of #ifdef sections - ssh: Pass errors from libssh2_sftp_read up the stack Daniel Stenberg (6 Mar 2014) - parse_remote_port: error out on illegal port numbers better - remote_port: allow connect to port 0 Port number zero is perfectly allowed to connect to. I moved to storing the remote port number in an int so that -1 means undefined and 0-65535 can be used for legitimate port numbers. - multi_runsingle: move timestamp into INIT Setting the TIMER_STARTSINGLE timestamp first in CONNECT has the drawback that for actions that go back to the CONNECT state, the time stamp is reset and for the multi_socket API there's no corresponding Curl_expire() then so the timeout logic gets wrong! Reported-by: Brad Spencer Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0036.html - hostcheck: update comment after previous change - hostcheck: Curl_cert_hostcheck is not used by NSS builds - [Michael Osipov brought this change] configure: call it GSS-API ... since that’s how the RFC calls it. - x509asn: moved out Curl_verifyhost from NSS builds ... as it isn't used then! - NSS: avoid compiler warnings when built without http2 support - [Jiri Malak brought this change] Rework Open Watcom make files to use standard Wmake features Remove slash/backslash problem, now only slashes are used, Wmake automaticaly translate slash/backslash to proper version or tools are not sensitive for it. Enable spaces in path. Use internal rm command for all host platforms Add error message if old Open Watcom version is used. Some old versions exhibit build problems for Curl latest version. Now only versions 1.8, 1.9 and 2.O beta are supported - [Jiri Malak brought this change] parsedate: Fixed compilation warning Remove compilation message for platforms where size of long type is equal size of int type. Steve Holme (2 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 7fef4016de - tool: Do not output libcurl source for the information only parameters Ensure a source file isn't generated for the following informational command line parameters when --libcurl is specified: --help, --manual, --version and --engine list As the output would only include a fairly empty looking main() function and a call to curl_easy_init() and curl_easy_cleanup() when performed with --engine list. - tool: Fixed libcurl source output for multiple operations Correctly output libcurl source code that includes multiply operations as specified by --next. Note that each operation evaluates to a single curl_easy_perform() in source code form. Also note that the output could be optimised a little so global config options are only output once rather than per operation as is presently the case. - tool_metalink.h: Fixed compilation warning warning: declaration of 'struct GlobalConfig' will not be visible outside of this function - tool: Moved internal variable isatty to the global config - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation error incompatible types - from 'OperationConfig *' to 'GlobalConfig *' - tool: Moved --libcurl to the global config - tool: Moved --progress-bar to the global config - tool: Moved --stderr to the global config - transfer.c: Fixed non-HTTP2 builds from commit cde0cf7c5e Daniel Stenberg (28 Feb 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] Fix bug that HTTP/2 hangs if whole response body is read with headers For HTTP/2, we may read up everything including responde body with header fields in Curl_http_readwrite_headers. If no content-length is provided, curl waits for the connection close, which we emulate it using conn->proto.httpc.closed = TRUE. The thing is if we read everything, then http2_recv won't be called and we cannot signal the HTTP/2 stream has closed. As a workaround, we return nonzero from data_pending to call http2_recv. - http2: build with current nghttp2 version nghttp2 has yet again extended its callback struct and this is an attempt to make curl compile with nghttp2 from current git Dan Fandrich (28 Feb 2014) - tool_main: Fixed a memory leak on main_init error Steve Holme (28 Feb 2014) - test96: Updated accordly for recent changes - tool_cfgable: Code policing of structure pointers - tool: Moved --trace and --verbose to the global config - tool_main: Forgot to initialise the first operation's global pointer - tool: Moved --silient to the global config Other global options such as --libcurl, --trace and --verbose to follow. - tool_cfgable: Added GlobalConfig pointer to OperationConfig In order to ease the moving of global options such as the error stream, updated the OperationConfig structure to point to the GlobalConfig. - tool: Added support to .curlrc for URL specific options In addition to adding support for URL specific options via the command line with --next it is now possible to specify "next" in .curlrc. - tool: Reworked argument parsing to use --next/-: Follow up to commit 1a9b58fcb2 to replace the : command line option with --next and -:. - tool_getparam: Added initial support for --next/-: Added initial support for --next/-: which will be used to replace the rather confusing : command line operation what was used for the URL specific options prototype. Dan Fandrich (26 Feb 2014) - valgrind.supp: tweaked a test 165 suppression A recent change seems to have slightly changed the call stack produced by the gcc optimizer. nickzman (25 Feb 2014) - Merge pull request #93 from d235j/darwinssl_ip_address_fix darwinssl: don't omit CN verification when an IP address is used Daniel Stenberg (25 Feb 2014) - parse_args: fix a too long source code line - [naota brought this change] configure: Tiny fix to honor POSIX Change "==" to "=" to honor POSIX test construction. Steve Holme (25 Feb 2014) - tool_help: Moved --no-alpn and --no-npn to be listed alphabetically ...and added the HTTP suffix as these options are only used for HTTP2 based connections. - tool: Moved --showerror to the global config Other global options such as --libcurl, --trace and --verbose to follow. - tool_getparam: Added global config to getparameter() In preparation for parsing global options added the GlobalConfig structure to the getparameter() function. - tool_getparam.h: Fixed compilation warning warning: declaration of 'struct GlobalConfig' will not be visible outside of this function Marc Hoersken (24 Feb 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Updated for 63fc8ee7 Steve Holme (24 Feb 2014) - tool_cfgable: Added support for knowing the current operation Marc Hoersken (24 Feb 2014) - curl_schannel.c: Updated copyright years - [David Ryskalczyk brought this change] winssl: Enable hostname verification of IP address using SAN or CN Original commit message was: Don't omit CN verification in SChannel when an IP address is used. Side-effect of this change: SChannel and CryptoAPI do not support the iPAddress subjectAltName according to RFC 2818. If present, SChannel will first compare the IP address to the dNSName subjectAltNames and then fallback to the most specific Common Name in the Subject field of the certificate. This means that after this change curl will not connect to SSL/TLS hosts as long as the IP address is not specified in the SAN or CN of the server certificate or the verifyhost option is disabled. Steve Holme (24 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Moved easy handle cleanup into tool_main Marc Hoersken (24 Feb 2014) - tool_hugehelp: partially reverted 24e22e10 Compilation was not possible if manuel is disabled due this error: error: macro "hugehelp" passed 1 arguments, but takes just 0 void hugehelp(void) {} Steve Holme (24 Feb 2014) - tool_main: Moved easy handle into global config structure David Ryskalczyk (23 Feb 2014) - Don't omit CN verification in DarwinSSL when an IP address is used. Steve Holme (23 Feb 2014) - tool: Fixed line longer than 79 characters from commit 705a4cb549 - tool_main: Corrected typo from commit d6b9f054e9 in Symbian code - tool_main: Moved OperateConfig cleanup into main_free() - tool_main: Moved initial OperateConfig creation into main_init() - tool_cfgable: Added global config structure - tool_cfgable: Renamed Configurable structure to OperationConfig To allow for the addition of a global config structure and prevent confusion between the two. - tool: Fixed incorrect return code with --version from commit c10bf9bb36 - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 8c80840d01 - tool_getparam: Moved tool_help() call into operate() - tool_getparam: Moved hugehelp() call into operate() - tool_getparam: Moved tool_version_info() call into operate() - tool_cfgable: Removed list_engine flag from config structure In preparation for separating the global config options from the per operation config options, reworked the list engines code to not use a member variable in the Configurable structure. - tool_operate: Start to use CURLcode rather than int for return codes To help assist with the detection of incorrect return codes, as per commits ee23d13a79, 33b8960dc8 and aba98991a5, updated the operate based functions to return CURLcode error codes. - tool: Fixed incorrect return code when setting HTTP request fails During initialisation SetHTTPrequest() may fail and cURL would return PARAM_BAD_USE, which is equivalent to CURLE_NOT_BUILT_IN in cURL error terms. Instead, return CURLE_FAILED_INIT as we do for other functions that may fail during initialisation. - tool_getparam: Moved version information into separate function in tool_help - tool_operhlp.h: Fixed compilation warning warning: 'struct Configurable' declared inside parameter list - tool_operhlp: Consolidated engine output code into tool_help - tool_operate: Moved list engines into separate function in tool_help Marc Hoersken (22 Feb 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: added note about impact of changes to WinSSL defaults - stunnel: regenerated self-signed test certificate with SHA1 hash The previous test certificate contained a MD5 hash which is not supported using TLSv1.2 with Schannel on Windows 7 or newer. See the update to this blog post on IEInternals / MSDN: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ieinternals/archive/2011/03/25/ misbehaving-https-servers-impair-tls-1.1-and-tls-1.2.aspx "Update: If the server negotiates a TLS1.2 connection with a Windows 7 or 8 schannel.dll-using client application, and it provides a certificate chain which uses the (weak) MD5 hash algorithm, the client will abort the connection (TCP/IP FIN) upon receipt of the certificate." Dan Fandrich (22 Feb 2014) - easy: Fixed a memory leak on OOM condition Steve Holme (20 Feb 2014) - tool_paramhlp: Fixed compilation warnings declaration of 'index' shadows a global declaration - lib1515.c: Fixed #include path in commit 647f83e809 Daniel Stenberg (19 Feb 2014) - [Maks Naumov brought this change] test1515: fix compilation with msvc ... or any other systems lacking a native snprintf - SFTP: skip reading the dir when NOBODY=1 When asking for an SFTP directory with NOBODY set, no directory contents should be retrieved. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0155.html Dan Fandrich (18 Feb 2014) - axtls: comment the call ssl_read repeatedly loop Kamil Dudka (18 Feb 2014) - curl.1: update the description of --tlsv1 ... and mention the --tlsv1.[0-2] options in the --tslv1 entry Reported-by: Hubert Kario Daniel Stenberg (18 Feb 2014) - curl_version.3: recommend using curl_version_info() instead - curl_version_info.3: added *HTTP2 ... and edited language slightly - curl_multi_assign.3: updated language - libcurl.3: edited slightly to improve readability - curl_easy_perform.3: extended and clarified - curl_multi_add_handle.3: clarify multi vs easy use it is only WHILE added to a multi handle that it can't be used with the easy interface - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Support HTTP POST/PUT This patch enables HTTP POST/PUT in HTTP2. We disabled Expect header field and chunked transfer encoding since HTTP2 forbids them. In HTTP1, Curl sends small upload data with request headers, but HTTP2 requires upload data must be in DATA frame separately. So we added some conditionals to achieve this. - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 854aca5420f - multi: ignore sigpipe internally When the multi API is used we must also ignore SIGPIPE signals when caused by things we do, like they can easily be generated by OpenSSL. Dan Fandrich (17 Feb 2014) - tests: Made the crypto test feature usable This feature specifies the availability of cryptographic authentication, which can be disabled at compile-time - configure: Fix the --disable-crypto-auth option It now disables NTLM and GSS authentication methods, and produces compilable code when SSL is enabled. Daniel Stenberg (17 Feb 2014) - curl_multi_setopt.3: clarify CURLMOPT_MAXCONNECTS - [Shao Shuchao brought this change] ConnectionDone: default maxconnects to 4 x number of easy handles ... as documented! - examples: remove all use of CURLM_CALL_MULTI_PERFORM ... since it is never returned since a long while back. - [Colin Hogben brought this change] curl_easy_setopt.3: Add another non-matching hostname For the avoidance of doubt, show a domain which contains the no-proxy pattern but not at the top level. - axtls: bump copyright year - [Fabian Frank brought this change] axtls: call ssl_read repeatedly Perform more work in between sleeps. This is work around the fact that axtls does not expose any knowledge about when work needs to be performed. Depending on connection and how often perform is being called this can save ~25% of time on SSL handshakes (measured on 20ms latency connection calling perform roughly every 10ms). - [Yehezkel Horowitz brought this change] url_easy_setopt.3: Add undocumented values of curl_infotype ... for debug function - ConnectionExists: re-use connections better When allowing NTLM, the re-use connection logic was too focused on finding an existing NTLM connection to use and didn't properly allow re-use of other ones. This made the logic not re-use perfectly re-usable connections. Added test case 1418 and 1419 to verify. Regression brought in 8ae35102c (curl 7.35.0) Reported-by: Jeff King Bug: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/242213 Steve Holme (16 Feb 2014) - tool_paramhlp: Added URL index to password prompt for multiple operations Marc Hoersken (16 Feb 2014) - sockfilt.c: add undefs which are required after 6239146e Steve Holme (16 Feb 2014) - warnless: Updated copyright year for recent changes Marc Hoersken (16 Feb 2014) - warnless: add wrapper function for read and write on Windows Steve Holme (16 Feb 2014) - examples: Added IMAP LSUB example - tool_operate: Changed the required argument check/get to be upfront Rather than check for required arguments, and prompt for any host and proxy passwords, as each operation is performed, changed the code so all configurations are checked before any operations are performed. This allows the user to input all the required passwords, for example, upfront rather than wait for each operation. - tool_operate: Moved required argument getting into separate function Dan Fandrich (15 Feb 2014) - valgrind: added another test 165 suppression This one is needed with the gcc options -fstack-protector-all -O2 That brings the number of suppressions for test 165 to four, and I suspect I could find another two missing without trying very hard. I'm beginning to think suppressions isn't the best way to handle these kinds of cases. Marc Hoersken (15 Feb 2014) - testsuite: more Windows line-endings fixes - test1114: fix line-endings checks on Windows after 75f00de - test1113: fix line-endings checks on Windows after 75f00de5 - lib1515.c: Added support for Windows using the Sleep function - HTTP tests: use CRLF as header seperator according to RFC 2616 Updates the test suite to handle binary-mode header output. - curl: output protocol headers using binary mode Since protocol headers contain explicit line-endings there should be no automatic conversion to ASCII text or CRLF line-endings. This might break third party tools that already depend on this behaviour. We might need to introduce an option to make this optional. - HTTP tests: use CRLF as header seperator according to RFC 2616 Changes LF to CRLF and disables automatic output conversion. - testsuite: use binary output mode for custom curl test tools Do not try to convert line-endings to CRLF on Windows by setting stdout to binary mode, just like the curl tool does if --ascii is not specified. This should prevent corrupted stdout line-ending output like CRCRLF. In order to make the previously naive text-aware tests work with binary mode on Windows, text-mode is disabled for them if it is not actually part of the test case and line-endings are corrected. - testsuite: changed HTTP and RTSP header line-endings to CRLF According to RFC 2616 and RFC 2326 individual protocol elements, like headers and except the actual content, are terminated by using CRLF. Therefore the test data files for these protocols need to contain mixed line-endings if the actual protocol elements use CRLF while the file uses LF. Daniel Stenberg (14 Feb 2014) - [Colin Hogben brought this change] curl_easy_setopt.3: Fix word order of CURLOPT_PROXY section The word CURLOPT_PROXYPORT became detached from its sentence when the note about the default was added. Patrick Monnerat (14 Feb 2014) - OS400: Add new options to RPG binding. Dan Fandrich (14 Feb 2014) - valgrind: added suppression on optimized code gcc 4.7.2 with -O2 will optimize Curl_connect by inlining some functions two levels deep, which makes the valgrind suppression fail to match. The underlying reason for these idna suppressions is a gcc strlen optimization when compiling libidn; compiling it with -fno-builtin-strlen makes this suppression unnecessary. Daniel Stenberg (14 Feb 2014) - [Arvid Norberg brought this change] dict: fix memory leak in OOM exit path Bug: https://github.com/bagder/curl/pull/90 - Curl_urldecode: don't allow NULL as receiver For a function that returns a decoded version of a string, it seems really strange to allow a NULL pointer to get passed in which then prevents the decoded data from being returned! This functionality was not documented anywhere either. If anyone would use it that way, that memory would've been leaked. Bug: https://github.com/bagder/curl/pull/90 Reported-by: Arvid Norberg - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 378af08c992 - ConnectionExists: reusing possible HTTP+NTLM connections better Make sure that the special NTLM magic we do is for HTTP+NTLM only since that's where the authenticated connection is a weird non-standard paradigm. Regression brought in 8ae35102c (curl 7.35.0) Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0100.html Reported-by: Dan Fandrich - [Tiit Pikma brought this change] transfer: make Expect: 100-continue timeout configurable. Replaced the #define CURL_TIMEOUT_EXPECT_100 in transfer.c with the CURLOPT_EXPECT_100_TIMEOUT_MS option to make the timeout configurable. - [Thomas Braun brought this change] Fix compilation with make mingw32 The source files from lib/vtls where generated in lib instead of lib/vtls. Verified-by: Thomas Braun <thomas.braun@virtuell-zuhause.de> - chunked decoder: track overflows correctly The code didn't properly check the return codes to detect overflows so it could trigger incorrectly. Like on mingw32. Regression introduced in 345891edba (curl 7.35.0) Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0097.html Reported-by: LM - [Fabian Frank brought this change] curl_easy_setopt.3: add CURL_HTTP_VERSION_2_0 - [Fabian Frank brought this change] openssl: honor --[no-]alpn|npn command line switch Disable ALPN or NPN if requested by the user. - [Fabian Frank brought this change] gtls: honor --[no-]alpn command line switch Disable ALPN if requested by the user. Dan Fandrich (11 Feb 2014) - tests: Disabled broken test 1316 See http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0004.html for a discussion on the problem. Daniel Stenberg (11 Feb 2014) - version: next release will become 7.36.0 - curl_easy_setopt.3: add CURLOPT_SSL_ENABLE_ALPN/NPN Steve Holme (10 Feb 2014) - tool_cfgable: Moved easy handle cleanup to fix pingpong logout issues Commmit c5f8e2f5f4 removed the easy handle clean-up from tool_operate, letting the code that was already present in free_config_fields() perform the task. Unfortunately, this wasn't the correct place to do this as it broke protocols, that would perform a logout, as the main clean-up in tool_main had already been called. Dan Fandrich (10 Feb 2014) - secureserver: Only set stunnel FIPS option when available It seems the fips config option causes an error if FIPS mode was not enabled at stunnel compile-time. FIPS support was disabled by default in stunnel 5.00, so this is probably really only needed on versions between 4.32 and 5.00. Daniel Stenberg (10 Feb 2014) - [Fabian Frank brought this change] NPN/ALPN: allow disabling via command line when using --http2 one can now selectively disable NPN or ALPN with --no-alpn and --no-npn. for now honored with NSS only. TODO: honor this option with GnuTLS and OpenSSL - [Fabian Frank brought this change] nss: use correct preprocessor macro SSL_ENABLE_ALPN can be used for preprocessor ALPN feature detection, but not SSL_NEXT_PROTO_SELECTED, since it is an enum value and not a preprocessor macro. Steve Holme (9 Feb 2014) - tests: Added test for IMAP LSUB command - tests: Removed test 807 as it has been superseded by tests 815 and 816 - tests: Updated the titles of tests 815 and 816 Daniel Stenberg (9 Feb 2014) - tool_metalink: fix compiler warning when built without metalink Steve Holme (9 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Move the trace and error file closure to tool_cfgable - TODO: Removed url-specific options - tests: Re-enabled IMAP tests that require URL specific option support - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 8e62f7a6503a Marc Hoersken (9 Feb 2014) - secureserver: FIPS option is only supported since stunnel 5.00 Steve Holme (9 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Added support for performing URL specific operations - tool_operate: Let curl handle cleanup take place in config_free() Dan Fandrich (9 Feb 2014) - formdata: Must use Curl_safefree instead of free Daniel Stenberg (8 Feb 2014) - test96: updated according to recent changes - runtests: allow <strippart> to remove lines For verify file, if the strippart condition removes the line completely it is now removed from the array. Steve Holme (8 Feb 2014) - tool_getparam: Added support for parsing of specific URL options Dan Fandrich (8 Feb 2014) - secureserver: Disable FIPS mode for stunnel It's unnecessary for curl testing, and it can otherwise cause stunnel to fail to start if OpenSSL doesn't support FIPS mode. - formdata: Fixed memory leak on OOM condition - runtests: Disable valgrind when debugging This was already mostly being done, except that analysis after the test still assumed that the valgrind log files would be available. An alternative way to handle the valgrind + gdb combination could be to enable one of the valgrind debugger hooks. Steve Holme (7 Feb 2014) - tool_cfgable: For consistency renamed init_config() to config_init() - tool_cfgable: Introduced config_free() function Daniel Stenberg (7 Feb 2014) - --help: add missing --tlsv1.x options Steve Holme (7 Feb 2014) - lib1515.c: Fixed various compilation warnings lib1515.c:38:26 warning: unused parameter 'curl' lib1515.c:38:81 warning: unused parameter 'ptr' lib1515.c:38:5 warning: no previous prototype for 'debug_callback' lib1515.c:46:5 warning: no previous prototype for 'do_one_request' lib1515.c:120:3 warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code As well as some code policing such as white space and braces. Daniel Stenberg (7 Feb 2014) - http2: updated README after NSS addition Changed the support to a little matrix and added brief explanation of what ALPN and NPN are for. - nss: support pre-ALPN versions - [Fabian Frank brought this change] nss: ALPN and NPN support Add ALPN and NPN support for NSS. This allows cURL to negotiate HTTP/2.0 connections when built with NSS. - formpost: use semicolon in multipart/mixed Not comma, which is an inconsistency and a mistake probably inherited from the examples section of RFC1867. This bug has been present since the day curl started to support multipart formposts, back in the 90s. Reported-by: Rob Davies Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1333 Dan Fandrich (6 Feb 2014) - tests: Document use of the MEMDEBUG_LOG_SYNC macro - ssh: Fixed a NULL pointer dereference on OOM condition Steve Holme (6 Feb 2014) - nss: Updated copyright year for recent edits Daniel Stenberg (6 Feb 2014) - [Remi Gacogne brought this change] 100-continue: fix timeout condition When using the multi socket interface, libcurl calls the curl_multi_timer_callback asking to be woken up after CURL_TIMEOUT_EXPECT_100 milliseconds. After the timeout has expired, calling curl_multi_socket_action with CURL_SOCKET_TIMEOUT as sockfd leads libcurl to check expired timeouts. When handling the 100-continue one, the following check in Curl_readwrite() fails if exactly CURL_TIMEOUT_EXPECT_100 milliseconds passed since the timeout has been set! It seems logical to consider that having waited for exactly CURL_TIMEOUT_EXPECT_100 ms is enough. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1334 - [Fabian Frank brought this change] nss: prefer highest available TLS version Offer TLSv1.0 to 1.2 by default, still fall back to SSLv3 if --tlsv1[.N] was not specified on the command line. - [Romulo A. Ceccon brought this change] tests: add test for bug #1327 (dns cache timeout) Fix for bug #1303 (030a2b8cb) was not complete. libcurl still pruned DNS entries added manually after detecting a dead connection. This test checks such behavior. - [Romulo A. Ceccon brought this change] tests: add test for bug #1303 (dns cache timeout) Test-case 1515 reproduces bug #1303, where libcurl would incorrectly prune DNS entries added via CURLOPT_RESOLVE after the DNS_CACHE_TIMEOUT had expired. - http2: spell fixed README and added version requirement Steve Holme (6 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Removed unused argument parameters from operate_do() - tool_operate: Moved list SSL engines code into operate() - tool_operate: Moved argument parsing into operate() Daniel Stenberg (5 Feb 2014) - runtests: add suppression generator help Leave the valgrind --gen-suppressions option in there, commented, to make it easier for next update. - valgrind: updated suppressions file The call stack was modified in 2dc7ad23 so the supressions didn't work anymore. - runtests: detect 'ares' better ... caused false detections of the threaded resolver otherwise Steve Holme (5 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Moved .curlrc parsing code into operate() - tool_operate: Moved locale setup code into operate_init() Daniel Stenberg (5 Feb 2014) - http2: minor update of the README - [Fabian Frank brought this change] http2: rely on content-encoding header A server might respond with a content-encoding header and a response that was encoded accordingly in HTTP-draft-09/2.0 mode, even if the client did not send an accept-encoding header earlier. The server might not send a content-encoding header if the identity encoding was used to encode the response. See: http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-httpbis-http2-09#section-9.3 Dan Fandrich (4 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: shortened too-long source line Steve Holme (4 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Introduced operate_free() function - tool_operate: Introduced operate_init() function - tool_operate: Introduced new operate() function Daniel Stenberg (4 Feb 2014) - http2: enforce gzip auto-decompress As this is mandated by the http2 spec draft-09 - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: handle incoming data larger than remaining buffer - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Check stream ID we are interested in - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: store response header in temporary buffer - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] HTTP2: add layer between existing http and socket(TLS) layer This patch chooses different approach to integrate HTTP2 into HTTP curl stack. The idea is that we insert HTTP2 layer between HTTP code and socket(TLS) layer. When HTTP2 is initialized (either in NPN or Upgrade), we replace the Curl_recv/Curl_send callbacks with HTTP2's, but keep the original callbacks in http_conn struct. When sending serialized data by nghttp2, we use original Curl_send callback. Likewise, when reading data from network, we use original Curl_recv callback. In this way we can treat both TLS and non-TLS connections. With this patch, one can transfer contents from https://twitter.com and from nghttp2 test server in plain HTTP as well. The code still has rough edges. The notable one is I could not figure out how to call nghttp2_session_send() when underlying socket is writable. - [Fabian Frank brought this change] gtls: add ALPN support Add ALPN support when using GnuTLS >= 3.2.0. This allows libcurl to negotiate HTTP/2.0 for https connections when built with GnuTLS. See: http://www.gnutls.org/manual/gnutls.html#Application-Layer-Protocol-Negotiation-_0028ALPN_0029 http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-applayerprotoneg-04 Steve Holme (3 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Moved libcurl information gathering to tool_main Daniel Stenberg (3 Feb 2014) - [Fabian Frank brought this change] openssl: add ALPN support Add ALPN support when using OpenSSL. This will offer ALPN and NPN to the server, who can respond with either one or none of the two. OpenSSL >= 1.0.2 is required, which means as of today obtaining a snapshot from ftp://ftp.openssl.org/snapshot/. See: http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-applayerprotoneg-04 https://github.com/openssl/openssl/blob/ba168244a14bbd056e502d7daa04cae4aabe9d0d/ssl/ssl_lib.c#L1787 Steve Holme (3 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Moved command line argument parsing into separate function - tool_operate: Simplified parse .curlrc decision logic - tool_operate: Moved main initialisation and cleanup code into tool_main - tool_main: Fixed compilation warning from commit 0104678c79 no previous prototype for function 'memory_tracking_init' - tool_main: Changed stack based config struct to be heap based Dan Fandrich (3 Feb 2014) - tests: Moved some comments so the test data files parse as XML Steve Holme (2 Feb 2014) - tool_operate: Moved memory tracking initialisation into tool_main - tests: Fixed test172 cookie expiry The test contains a cookie jar file where one of the cookies has an expiry date of 1391252187 -- Sat, 1 Feb 2014 10:56:27 GMT which has now expired. Updated to Wed, 14 Oct 2037 16:36:33 GMT as per test 179. Reported-by: Adam Sampson Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1330 - tool_operate: Moved initial config setup into new init_config() function - tool_main: Moved config struct initialisation into a separate function In preparation for adding URL specific options moved the initialisation of the Configurable structure into a separate function in tool_cfgable. Marc Hoersken (1 Feb 2014) - test 500: workaround low timer resolution on Windows Since the timer resolution is lower, there are actually cases that the compared values are equal. Therefore we check for previous timestamps being greater than the current one instead. - test suite: stop conversion of valid output to CRLF on Windows Since the output isn't actually being written in text-mode and it was rather used as a workaround, disable text-mode for these tests. - HTTP tests: use CRLF as header seperator according to RFC 2616 - FTP tests: enable text-mode for more datacheck sections - FTP tests: enable text-mode for data and datacheck sections - runtests.pl: added support for text-mode within datacheck section - ftpserver.pl: directory LISTings use [CR][LF] for ASCII transfer According to section 2.2 of RFC959 the End-of-Line is defined as: The end-of-line sequence defines the separation of printing lines. The sequence is Carriage Return, followed by Line Feed. Verified by sniffing traffic between a Windows FTP client (FileZilla) and Unix-hosted FTP server (ProFTPD). - runtests.pl: reverse line-ending conversion on Windows It makes more sense to convert the expected output to [CR][LF] on Windows than to force the actual, probably correct, output to [LF]. This way it is actually possible to see if curl outputs the correct line-ending excepted by a text-aware test case. - winssl: improved default SSL/TLS protocol selection For some reason Windows 7 SP1 chooses TLS 1.0 instead of TLS 1.2 if it is not explicitly enabled within grbitEnabledProtocols. More information can be found on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/desktop/aa379810.aspx Steve Holme (31 Jan 2014) - INSTALL: Corrected mentioned version number as release 7.34.1 became 7.35.0 - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 0f213fdca1 Dan Fandrich (31 Jan 2014) - pipeline: Fixed a NULL pointer dereference on OOM - tests: make the authorization retry tests pass the torture tests - ftp: fixed a memory leak on wildcard error path - netrc: Fixed a memory leak in an OOM condition Steve Holme (30 Jan 2014) - ntlm: Fixed a memory leak when using NTLM with a proxy server - tests: Missed updating a type-3 message in commit 1c9aaa0bac Daniel Stenberg (30 Jan 2014) - http2: fix size check in on_data_chunk_recv - http2: add CRLF when first data arrives Steve Holme (30 Jan 2014) - tests: Updated NTLM tests for NTLMv2 type-3 message Daniel Stenberg (30 Jan 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2_recv: Return written length on CURLE_AGAIN - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Use nghttp2_session_mem_recv and nghttp2_session_upgrade - http2: call it "HTTP 2" and not 2.0 The minor version will be dropped for HTTP 2 so it will make sense to avoid using it in option names etc. - http2: basic version of receiving DATA - http2: convert HEADER frames to HTTP1-like headers ... and then go through the "normal" HTTP engine. - http2: fix EWOULDBLOCK in recv_callback() - http2: do the POST Upgrade dance properly Steve Holme (30 Jan 2014) - ntlm: Use static client nonce for the test suite Daniel Stenberg (30 Jan 2014) - http2.h: provide empty macros for non-http2 builds - [Fabian Frank brought this change] http2: switch into http2 mode if NPN indicates Check the NPN result before preparing an HTTP request and switch into HTTP/2.0 mode if necessary. This is a work in progress, the actual code to prepare and send the request using nghttp2 is still missing from Curl_http2_send_request(). - http2: s/Curl_http2_request/Curl_http2_request_upgrade To better reflect its purpose - http2-openssl: verify that NPN functionality is present - [Fabian Frank brought this change] openssl: set up hooks with to perform NPN NPN is what is available in the wild today to negotiate SPDY or HTTP/2.0 connections. It is expected to be replaced by ALPN in the future. If HTTP/2.0 is negotiated, this is indicated for the entire connection and http.c is expected to initialize itself for HTTP/2.0 instead of HTTP/1.1. see: http://technotes.googlecode.com/git/nextprotoneg.html http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-applayerprotoneg-04 - http2: added stubs for all nghttp2 callbacks This makes it easier to trace what's happening. - http2: use FIRSTSOCKET instead of 0 to index the sockets array - http2: receive and log the received header frames - http2_recv: log nghttp2 return codes for debugging purposes - HTTP2: reject nghttp2 versions before 0.3.0 - [Gisle Vanem brought this change] http2: adjusted to newer nghttp2_session_callbacks struct the number of elements in the 'nghttp2_session_callbacks' structure is now reduced by 2 in version 0.3.0 (I'm not sure when the change happened, but checking for ver 0.3.0 work for me). - [Gisle Vanem brought this change] HTTP2: Wrong NgHTTP2 user-data Something is wrong in 'userp' for the HTTP2 recv_callback(). The session is created using bogus user-data; '&conn' and not 'conn'. I noticed this since the socket-value in Curl_read_plain() was set to a impossible high value. - NTLM: error: conversion to 'int' from 'long int' may alter its value Fixed two compiler nits Steve Holme (29 Jan 2014) - ntlm: Coding style policing dating back to 2011 - ntlm: Use a timestamp of 01/01/1970 for the test suite - ntlm: Updated Curl_ntlm_core_mk_ntlmv2_resp() to use local variables ...until the function is successful when it returns them in the out parameters. - ntlm: Added cross platform support for writing NTLMv2 timestamp in buffer Added conversion functions write32_le() and write64_le() to ensure the NTLMv2 timestamp is always written in little-endian. - [Prash Dush brought this change] ntlm: Added support for NTLMv2 Kamil Dudka (29 Jan 2014) - nss: do not use the NSS_ENABLE_ECC define It is not provided by NSS public headers. Bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1058776 - nss: do not fail if NSS does not implement a cipher ... that the user does not ask for Daniel Stenberg (29 Jan 2014) - http2: switch recv/send functions to http2 ones after 101 - http2: handle 101 responses and switch to HTTP2 - examples: gitignore more binaries - bump: start working on 7.35.1 - THANKS: 19 new contributors from the 7.35.0 release notes Version 7.35.0 (29 Jan 2014) Daniel Stenberg (29 Jan 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: done for 7.35.0 Dan Fandrich (29 Jan 2014) - tests: make a few lib15?? tests pass the OOM torture tests - lib1900: make the test pass the OOM torture tests - oauth2: Fixed a memory leak in an OOM condition - unit1304: make the test pass the OOM torture tests - unit1396: make the test pass the OOM torture tests Daniel Stenberg (28 Jan 2014) - [Romulo A. Ceccon brought this change] hostip: don't remove DNS entries that are in use hostcache_timestamp_remove() should remove old *unused* entries from the host cache, but it never checked whether the entry was actually in use. This complements commit 030a2b8cb. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1327 Dan Fandrich (28 Jan 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: changed encoding to UTF-8 like previous releases Daniel Stenberg (28 Jan 2014) - TFTP: fix crash on time-out tftp_done() can get called with its TFTP state pointer still being NULL on an early time-out, which caused a segfault when dereferenced. Reported-by: Glenn Sheridan Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-01/0246.html Steve Holme (28 Jan 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 5a47062cada9 Daniel Stenberg (28 Jan 2014) - [Maks Naumov brought this change] getpass: fix password parsing from console Incorrect password if use backspace while entered the password. Regression from f7bfdbabf2d5398f4c266eabb0992a04af661f22 The '?:' operator has lower priority than the '-' operator Dan Fandrich (26 Jan 2014) - docs/INSTALL: Updated example minimal binary sizes Marc Hoersken (26 Jan 2014) - testsuite: visualize line-endings in output comparison diffs - sockfilt.c: follow up cleanup commit on 49b63cf3 - http-pipe tests: use text as output data mode to support Windows - sockfilt.c: fixed and simplified Windows select function Since the previous complex select function with initial support for non-socket file descriptors, did not actually work correctly for Console handles, this change simplifies the whole procedure by using an internal waiting thread for the stdin console handle. The previous implementation made it continuously trigger for the stdin handle if it was being redirected to a parent process instead of an actual Console input window. This approach supports actual Console input handles as well as anonymous Pipe handles which are used during input redirection. It depends on the fact that ReadFile supports trying to read zero bytes which makes it wait for the handle to become ready for reading. - http_pipe.py: replaced epoll with select to support Windows Removed Unix-specific functionality in order to support Windows: - select.epoll replaced with select.select - SocketServer.ForkingMixIn replaced with SocketServer.ForkingMixIn - socket.MSG_DONTWAIT replaced with socket.setblocking(False) Even though epoll has a better performance and improved socket handling than select, this change should not affect the actual test case. Dan Fandrich (25 Jan 2014) - tests: Added missing HTTP proxy keywords - tests: added missing <features> http to a number of tests - tests: Added a keyword for tests depending on internal info logs - runtests: Don't log command every torture iteration in verbose - tests: Added missing http feature to tests 509 & 1513 - netrc: Fixed a memory and file descriptor leak on OOM - test1514: Used the macros for host and port number - multi: Fixed a memory leak on OOM condition Daniel Stenberg (23 Jan 2014) - curl_easy_setopt.3: remove what auth types that work for CURLOPT_PROXYAUTH The list was out of date and the paragraph already refers to the CURLOPT_HTTPAUTH explanation. All the auth bits are explained properly there. It also removes the ambiguity for what the "added" phrase refers to. This change based on pull request #85 on github URL: https://github.com/bagder/curl/pull/85 Reported-by: gnawhleinad Dan Fandrich (22 Jan 2014) - test1514: Got rid of a non-const initializer C99ism Steve Holme (21 Jan 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: added another missing bug ref Daniel Stenberg (21 Jan 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: added missing bug ref - [Fabian Frank brought this change] axtls: fix compiler warning on conversion ssize_t => int - [Fabian Frank brought this change] SFTP: stat remote file also when CURLOPT_NOBODY is 1 Make it possible to call curl_easy_getinfo(curl, CURLINFO_CONTENT_LENGTH_DOWNLOAD, &filesize) and related functions on remote sftp:// files, without downloading them. Reported-by: Yingwei Liu Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-01/0139.html - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 12ecd56da77 - contributors.sh: output list RELEASE-NOTES formatted - [Cédric Deltheil brought this change] test1514: added - no more negative Content-Length (HTTP POST) This covers changes from commit afd288b2. - [Cédric Deltheil brought this change] HTTP POST: omit Content-Length if data size is unknown This prevents sending a `Content-Length: -1` header, e.g this ocurred with the following combination: * standard HTTP POST (no chunked encoding), * user-defined read function set, * `CURLOPT_POSTFIELDSIZE(_LARGE)` NOT set. With this fix it now behaves like HTTP PUT. - [Fabian Frank brought this change] disable GnuTLS insecure ciphers Make GnuTLS old and new consistent, specify the desired protocol, cipher and certificate type in always in both modes. Disable insecure ciphers as reported by howsmyssl.com. Honor not only --sslv3, but also the --tlsv1[.N] switches. Related Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1323 - curl_getdate.3: edited, removed references to pre 7.12.2 functionality - gtls: fix compiler warnings on conversions size_t => unsigned int Steve Holme (19 Jan 2014) - tool: Fixed incorrect return code if password prompting runs out of memory Due to the changes in commit 3c929ff9f6ea and lack of subsequent updates, curl could return a CURLE_FTP_ACCEPT_FAILED error if checkpasswd() ran out of memory in versions 7.33.0 and 7.34.0. Updated the function declaration and return code to return CURLE_OUT_OF_MEMORY and CURLE_OK where appropriate. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 2cac75c4e400 - http_chunks.c: Fixed compilation warnings under some 32-bit systems conversion from 'curl_off_t' to 'size_t', possible loss of data Where curl_off_t is a 64-bit word and size_t is 32-bit - for example with 32-bit Windows builds. - tool: Fixed incorrect return code if command line parser runs out of memory In the rare instance where getparameter() may return PARAM_NO_MEM whilst parsing a URL, cURL would return this error code, which is equivalent to CURLE_FTP_ACCEPT_FAILED in cURL error codes terms. Instead, return CURLE_FAILED_INIT and output the failure reason as per the other usage of getparameter(). Daniel Stenberg (18 Jan 2014) - [Tobias Markus brought this change] Subject: progress bar: increase update frequency to 10Hz Increasing the update frequency of the progress bar to 10Hz greatly improves the visual appearance of the progress bar (at least in my impression). Signed-off-by: Tobias Markus <tobias@markus-regensburg.de> - [Tobias Markus brought this change] progress bar: always update when at 100% Currently, the progress bar is updated at 5Hz. Because it is often not updated to 100% when the download is finished and curl exits, the bar is often "stuck" at 90-something, thus irritating the user. This patch fixes this by always updating the progress bar (instead of waiting for 200ms to have elapsed) while the download is finished but curl has not yet exited. This should not greatly affect performance because that moment is rather short. Signed-off-by: Tobias Markus <tobias@markus-regensburg.de> Steve Holme (18 Jan 2014) - win32: Added additional preprocessor check for Version Helper API A follow up patch to commit d2671340a613 as _WIN32_WINNT_WIN2K and _WIN32_WINNT_WIN2K may not be defined on all systems. - win32: Corrected the preprocessor check for Version Helper API Following some auto build failures after commit c7a76bb056f31e changed the preprocessor check to use _WIN32_WINNT. Daniel Stenberg (17 Jan 2014) - cookie: max-age fixes 1 - allow >31 bit max-age values 2 - don't overflow on extremely large max-age values when we add the value to the current time 3 - make sure max-age takes precedence over expires as dictated by RFC6265 Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-01/0130.html Reported-by: Chen Prog - test1417: verify chunked-encoding transfer without CR As was introduced in 8f6b4be8af04 - chunked parsing: relax the CR strictness Allow for chunked-encoding data to get parsed with only LF line endings. This is allowed by browsers. - test1416: verify the chunked size overflow detection - chunked-parser: abort on overflows, allow 64 bit chunks Dan Fandrich (17 Jan 2014) - Fixed some XML syntax issues in the test data Also, make the ftp server return a canned response that doesn't cause XML verification problems. Although the test file format isn't technically XML, it's still handy to be able to use XML tools to verify and manipulate them. Daniel Stenberg (16 Jan 2014) - [Michael Osipov brought this change] configure: fix gssapi linking on HP-UX The issue is with HP-UX that is comes with HP flavor of MIT Kerberos. This means that there is no krb5-config and the lib is called libgss.so Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1321 - Curl_cookie_add: remove 'now' from curl_getdate() call The now argument is unused by curl_getdate() Steve Holme (15 Jan 2014) - pop3-dele.c: Added missing CURLOPT_NOBODY following feedback Daniel Stenberg (16 Jan 2014) - connect.c:942:84: warning: Longer than 79 columns Steve Holme (15 Jan 2014) - connect.c: Corrected version compare in commit c7a76bb056f31e - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with c7a76bb056f31e - win32: Fixed use of deprecated function 'GetVersionInfoEx' for VC12 Starting with Visual Studio 2013 (VC12) and Windows 8.1 the GetVersionInfoEx() function has been marked as deprecated and it's return value atered. Updated connect.c and curl_sspi.c to use VerifyVersionInfo() where possible, which has been available since Windows 2000. Daniel Stenberg (14 Jan 2014) - curl_easy_setopt.3: mention how to unset CURLOPT_INFILESIZE* - TODO: Allow SSL (HTTPS) to proxy - TODO: remove FTP proxy and more SSL libraries - TODO: Detect when called from witin callbacks Marc Hoersken (13 Jan 2014) - secureserver.pl: follow up fix for 87ade5f Since /dev/stdout is not always emulated on Windows, just skip the output option on Windows. MinGW/msys support /dev/stdout only from a new login shell. Daniel Stenberg (13 Jan 2014) - [Colin Hogben brought this change] error message: Sensible message on timeout when transfer size unknown A transfer timeout could result in an error message such as "Operation timed out after 3000 milliseconds with 19 bytes of -1 received". This patch removes the non-sensical "of -1" when the size of the transfer is unknown, mirroring the logic in lib/transfer.c Marc Hoersken (13 Jan 2014) - secureserver.pl: added full support for tstunnel on Windows tstunnel on Windows does not support the pid option and is unable to write to an output log that is already being used as a redirection target for stdout. Therefore it does now output all log data to stdout by default and secureserver.pl creates a fake pidfile on Windows. Steve Holme (12 Jan 2014) - examples: Fixed compilation errors error: 'MULTI_PERFORM_HANG_TIMEOUT' undeclared - imap-multi.c: Corrected typo - smtp-multi.c: Minor coding style tidyup following POP3 and IMAP additions - examples: Added IMAP multi example - pop3-multi.c: Corrected copy/paste typo - examples: Added POP3 multi example - examples: Added comments to SMTP multi example based on other MAIL examples - examples: Removed user information and TLS setup from SMTP multi example Simplified the SMTP multi example as this example should demonstrate the differences the easy and multi interfaces rather than introduce new concepts such as user authentication and TLS which are shown in the TLS and SSL examples. - examples: Updated SMTP MAIL example to return libcurl result code - examples: Synchronised comments between SMTP MAIL examples - examples: Updated SMTP MAIL example to use a read function for data Updated to read data from a callback rather than from stdio as this is more realistic to most use cases. Daniel Stenberg (12 Jan 2014) - OpenSSL: deselect weak ciphers by default By default even recent versions of OpenSSL support and accept both "export strength" ciphers, small-bitsize ciphers as well as downright deprecated ones. This change sets a default cipher set that avoids the worst ciphers, and subsequently makes https://www.howsmyssl.com/a/check no longer grade curl/OpenSSL connects as 'Bad'. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1323 Reported-by: Jeff Hodges - multi: remove MULTI_TIMEOUT_INACCURACY With the recently added timeout "reminder" functionality, there's no reason left for us to execute timeout code before the time is ripe. Simplifies the handling too. This will make the *TIMEOUT and *CONNECTTIMEOUT options more accurate again, which probably is most important when the *_MS versions are used. In multi_socket, make sure to update 'now' after having handled activity on a socket. Steve Holme (11 Jan 2014) - Makefile.dist: Added support for VC7 Currently VC7 and VC7.1 builds have to be ran with the VC variable set to vc6 which is not only inconsistent with the nmake winbuild system but also with newer versions of Visual Studio supported by this file. Note: This doesn't break the build for anyone still running with the VC variable set to vc6 or not set (which defaults to vc6). - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 980659a2caa285 Daniel Stenberg (10 Jan 2014) - multi_socket: remind app if timeout didn't run BACKGROUND: We have learned that on some systems timeout timers are inaccurate and might occasionally fire off too early. To make the multi_socket API work with this, we made libcurl execute timeout actions a bit early too if they are within our MULTI_TIMEOUT_INACCURACY. (added in commit 2c72732ebf, present since 7.21.0) Switching everything to the multi API made this inaccuracy problem slightly more notable as now everyone can be affected. Recently (commit 21091549c02) we tweaked that inaccuracy value to make timeouts more accurate and made it platform specific. We also figured out that we have code at places that check for fixed timeout values so they MUST NOT run too early as then they will not trigger at all (see commit be28223f35 and a691e044705) - so there are definitately problems with running timeouts before they're supposed to run. (We've handled that so far by adding the inaccuracy margin to those specific timeouts.) The libcurl multi_socket API tells the application with a callback that a timeout expires in N milliseconds (and it explicitly will not tell it again for the same timeout), and the application is then supposed to call libcurl when that timeout expires. When libcurl subsequently gets called with curl_multi_socket_action(...CURL_SOCKET_TIMEOUT...), it knows that the application thinks the timeout expired - and alas, if it is within the inaccuracy level libcurl will run code handling that handle. If the application says CURL_SOCKET_TIMEOUT to libcurl and _isn't_ within the inaccuracy level, libcurl will not consider the timeout expired and it will not tell the application again since the timeout value is still the same. NOW: This change introduces a modified behavior here. If the application says CURL_SOCKET_TIMEOUT and libcurl finds no timeout code to run, it will inform the application about the timeout value - *again* even if it is the same timeout that it already told about before (although libcurl will of course tell it the updated time so that it'll still get the correct remaining time). This way, we will not risk that the application believes it has done its job and libcurl thinks the time hasn't come yet to run any code and both just sit waiting. This also allows us to decrease the MULTI_TIMEOUT_INACCURACY margin, but that will be handled in a separate commit. A repeated timeout update to the application risk that the timeout will then fire again immediately and we have what basically is a busy-loop until the time is fine even for libcurl. If that becomes a problem, we need to address it. - threaded-resolver: never use NULL hints with getaddrinfo The net effect of this bug as it appeared to users, would be that libcurl would timeout in the connect phase. When disabling IPv6 use but still using getaddrinfo, libcurl would wrongly not init the "hints" struct field in init_thread_sync() which would subsequently lead to a getaddrinfo() invoke with a zeroed hints with ai_socktype set to 0 instead of SOCK_STREAM. This would lead to different behaviors on different platforms but basically incorrect output. This code was introduced in 483ff1ca75cbea, released in curl 7.20.0. This bug became a problem now due to the happy eyeballs code and how libcurl now traverses the getaddrinfo() results differently. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-01/0061.html Reported-by: Fabian Frank Debugged-by: Fabian Frank Nick Zitzmann (9 Jan 2014) - darwinssl: un-break Leopard build after PKCS#12 change It turns out errSecDecode wasn't defined in Leopard's headers. So we use the enum's value instead. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-12/0150.html Reported by: Abram Pousada Daniel Stenberg (8 Jan 2014) - Curl_updateconninfo: don't do anything for UDP "connections" getpeername() doesn't work for UDP sockets since they're not connected Reported-by: Priyanka Shah Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/archive-2014-01/0016.html - info: remove debug output Removed some of the infof() calls that were added with the recent pipeline improvements but they're not useful to the vast majority of readers and the pipelining seems to fundamentaly work - the debugging outputs can easily be added there if debugging these functions is needed again. - runtests: disable memory tracking with threaded resolver The built-in memory debug system doesn't work with multi-threaded use so instead of causing annoying false positives, disable the memory tracking if the threaded resolver is used. - trynextip: fix build for non-IPV6 capable systems AF_INET6 may not exist then Patched-by: Iida Yosiaki Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1322 Steve Holme (8 Jan 2014) - makefile: Added support for VC12 - makefile: Added support for VC11 - winbuild: Follow up fix for a47c142a88c0, 11e8066ef956 and 92b9ae5c5d59 Daniel Stenberg (7 Jan 2014) - mk-ca-bundle.1: document -d Steve Holme (7 Jan 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 8ae35102c43d8d Daniel Stenberg (7 Jan 2014) - ConnectionExists: fix NTLM check for new connection When the requested authentication bitmask includes NTLM, we cannot re-use a connection for another username/password as we then risk re-using NTLM (connection-based auth). This has the unfortunate downside that if you include NTLM as a possible auth, you cannot re-use connections for other usernames/passwords even if NTLM doesn't end up the auth type used. Reported-by: Paras S Patched-by: Paras S Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-01/0046.html Steve Holme (5 Jan 2014) - examples: Added required libcurl version information to SMTP examples Daniel Stenberg (5 Jan 2014) - mk-ca-bundle.pl: avoid warnings with -d without parameter - [Leif W brought this change] mk-ca-bundle: introduces -d and warns about using this script Steve Holme (5 Jan 2014) - Makefile: Added missing WinSSL and x64 configurations Marc Hoersken (5 Jan 2014) - docs/INTERNALS: follow up fix for 11e8066 and 92b9ae5 - packages: follow up fix for a47c142, 11e8066 and 92b9ae5 - multi.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer Steve Holme (5 Jan 2014) - Examples: Renamed SMTP MAIL example to match other email examples - examples: Added POP3 TLS example - examples: Added IMAP NOOP example - examples: Added POP3 NOOP example - pop3-stat.c: Corrected small typo from commit 91d62e9abd761c - examples: Added POP3 STAT example - examples: Added POP3 TOP example - examples: Added POP3 DELE example - examples: Added POP3 UIDL example - examples: Added POP3 RETR example - examples: Added return of error code in POP3 examples - runtests.pl: Updated copyright year after edit from d718abd968aeb4 - examples: Reworked POP3 examples for additional upcoming POP3 examples - examples: Added SMTP SSL example - examples: Added IMAP SSL and TLS examples Marc Hoersken (5 Jan 2014) - runtests.pl: check for tstunnel command on Windows The Windows console version of stunnel is called "tstunnel", while running "stunnel" on Windows spawns a new console window which cannot be handled by the testsuite. - testcurl.pl: always show the last 5 commits even with --nogitpull Daniel Stenberg (4 Jan 2014) - ftp tests: provide LIST responses in the test file itself Previously LIST always returned a fixed hardcoded list that the ftp server code knew about, mostly since the server didn't get any test case number in the LIST scenario. Starting now, doing a CWD to a directory named test-[number] will make the test server remember that number and consider it a test case so that a subsequent LIST command will send the <data> section of that test case back. It allows LIST tests to be made more similar to how all other tests work. Test 100 was updated to provide its own directory listing. Steve Holme (4 Jan 2014) - examples: Standardised username and password settings for all email examples Replaced the use of CURLOPT_USERPWD for the preferred CURLOPT_USERNAME and CURLOPT_PASSWORD options and used the same username and password for all email examples which is the same as that used in the test suite. - Updated copyright year for recent changes Marc Hoersken (4 Jan 2014) - secureserver.pl: support for stunnel-path with nun-alphanum chars This is desired to support stunnel installations on Windows. - conncache.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer - docs: primarily refer to schannel as WinSSL Steve Holme (4 Jan 2014) - examples: Added IMAP COPY example - examples: Added IMAP DELETE example - examples: Added IMAP CREATE example Daniel Stenberg (4 Jan 2014) - FTP parselist: fix "total" parser A regression introduced in 7f3b87d8782eae1 (present in the 7.21.4 release) broke the total parser. Now skip the whitespace and the digits. Reported-by: Justin Maggard Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-01/0019.html - test1513: fix spelling Marc Hoersken (3 Jan 2014) - Makefile.vc6: follow up fix for 11e8066 and 92b9ae5 Daniel Stenberg (3 Jan 2014) - test1513: added - verify early progress callback return fail Verify the change brought in commit 8e11731653061. It makes sure that returning a failure from the progress callback even very early results in the correct return code. - progresscallback: make CURLE_ABORTED_BY_CALLBACK get returned better When the progress callback returned 1 at a very early state, the code would not make CURLE_ABORTED_BY_CALLBACK get returned but the process would still be interrupted. In the HTTP case, this would then cause a CURLE_GOT_NOTHING to erroneously get returned instead. Reported-by: Petr Novak Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1318 Marc Hoersken (3 Jan 2014) - unittests: do not include curl_memory.h memdebug.h already contains all required definitions and including curl_memory.h causes errors like the following: tests/unit/unit1394.c:119: undefined reference to `Curl_cfree' tests/unit/unit1394.c:120: undefined reference to `Curl_cfree' Daniel Stenberg (3 Jan 2014) - pipeline: remove print_pipeline() This is a debug function only and serves no purpose in production code, it only slows things down. I left the code #ifdef'ed for possible future pipeline debugging. Also, this was a global function without proper namespace usage. Reported-by: He Qin Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1320 - openssl: allow explicit sslv2 selection If OpenSSL is built to support SSLv2 this brings back the ability to explicitly select that as a protocol level. Reported-by: Steve Holme Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-01/0013.html Steve Holme (2 Jan 2014) - Bumped copyright year to 2014 - Updated copyright year for recent changes Marc Hoersken (3 Jan 2014) - vtls/nssg.h: fixed include references to moved file Daniel Stenberg (3 Jan 2014) - [Christian Weisgerber brought this change] curl_easy_setopt.3: fix formatting mistakes This fixes two markup typos I noticed in curl_easy_setopt.3. (The use of bold vs. italics seems a bit inconsistent in that page, but it should at least be valid man syntax.) - [Barry Abrahamson brought this change] OpenSSL: Fix forcing SSLv3 connections Some feedback provided by byte_bucket on IRC pointed out that commit db11750cfa5b1 wasn’t really correct because it allows for “upgrading” to a newer protocol when it should be only allowing for SSLv3. This change fixes that. When SSLv3 connection is forced, don't allow SSL negotiations for newer versions. Feedback provided by byte_bucket in #curl. This behavior is also consistent with the other force flags like --tlsv1.1 which doesn't allow for TLSv1.2 negotiation, etc Feedback-by: byte_bucket Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1319 Guenter Knauf (2 Jan 2014) - Trial to fix the nmake Makefile for vtls files. Steve Holme (2 Jan 2014) - examples: Added IMAP SEARCH example - examples: Added IMAP EXAMINE mailbox folder example Guenter Knauf (2 Jan 2014) - Fix NetWare build for vtls files. Daniel Stenberg (1 Jan 2014) - CMakeLists.txt: add standard curl source code header - CMakeLists.txt: add warning about the cmake build's state Steve Holme (1 Jan 2014) - examples: Updated SMTP multi example to be more realistic Updated the contents of the email and payload callback as per the IMAP and other SMTP examples. Daniel Stenberg (1 Jan 2014) - [Barry Abrahamson brought this change] OpenSSL: Fix forcing SSLv3 connections Since ad34a2d5c87c7f4b14e8dded3 (present in 7.34.0 release) forcing SSLv3 will always return the error "curl: (35) Unsupported SSL protocol version" Can be replicated with `curl -I -3 https://www.google.com/`. This fix simply allows for v3 to be forced. Steve Holme (1 Jan 2014) - examples: Corrected unescaped backslash in imap-store.c - examples: Update SMTP TLS example mail content to be RFC-2821 compliant ...and made some minor coding style changes to better match the curl coding standards as well as the other email related examples. - examples: Added IMAP APPEND example - examples: Added IMAP STORE example - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 7de2e032584d44 - examples: Added IMAP LIST mailbox example - examples: Updated IMAP fetch example for libcurl 7.30.0 - examples: Rename before adding additional email examples - examples: Added SMTP EXPN command example - examples: Added SMTP email verification example - imap: Fixed line length warning - mprintf: Replaced internal usage of FORMAT_OFF_T and FORMAT_OFF_TU Following commit 0aafd77fa4c6f2, replaced the internal usage of FORMAT_OFF_T and FORMAT_OFF_TU with the external versions that we expect API programmers to use. This negates the need for separate definitions which were subtly different under different platforms/compilers. - examples: Updated copyright year for recent edits - examples: Corrected incorrect indentation in smtp-multi.c - examples: Updated SMTP examples to set CURLOPT_UPLOAD - mprintf: Added support for I, I32 and I64 size specifiers Added support to the built-in printf() replacement functions, for these non-ANSI extensions when compiling under Visual Studio, Borland, Watcom and MinGW. This fixes problems when generating libcurl source code that contains curl_off_t variables. - curl_easy_setopt.3: Added SMTP information to CURLOPT_INFILESIZE_LARGE Although added to CURLOPT_INFILESIZE in commit ee3d3adc6fe155 it was never added to CURLOPT_INFILESIZE_LARGE. - tests: Disabled NTLM tests when running with SSPI enabled - connect.c: Fixed compilation warning warning: 'res' may be used uninitialized in this function - runtests.pl: Fixed slightly incorrect regex in commit 28dd47d4d41900 - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] connect: Try all addresses in first connection attempt Fixes a bug when all addresses in the first family fail immediately, due to "Network unreachable" for example, curl would hang and never try the next address family. Iterate through all address families when to trying establish the first connection attempt. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1315 Reported-by: Michal Górny and Anthony G. Basile - runtests.pl: Optimised feature present checking code ...to exclude not present features. - runtests.pl: Added the ability to run tests when a feature is not present - ftpserver.pl: Fixed compilation error Unmatched right curly bracket at line 758, at end of line - ftpserver.pl: Reworked SMTP verified server detection Following the addition of informational commands to the SMTP protocol, the test server is no longer required to return the verified server information in responses that curl only outputs in verbose mode. Instead, a similar detection mechanism to that used by FTP, IMAP and POP3 can now be used. - sendf.c: Fixed compilation warning from f2d234a4dd9bcc sendf.c:450:81: warning: Longer than 79 columns - FILE: Fixed sending of data would always return CURLE_WRITE_ERROR Introduced in commit 2a4ee0d2215556 sending of data via the FILE protocol would always return CURLE_WRITE_ERROR regardless of whether CURL_WRITEFUNC_PAUSE was returned from the callback function or not. Daniel Stenberg (26 Dec 2013) - FILE: we don't support paused transfers using this protocol Make sure that we detect such attempts and return a proper error code instead of silently handling this in problematic ways. Updated the documentation to mention this limitation. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1286 Steve Holme (26 Dec 2013) - vtls: Updated comments referencing sslgen.c and ssluse.c - vtls: Fixed up include of vtls.h Daniel Stenberg (25 Dec 2013) - curl_dofree: allow free(NULL) Previously this memdebug free() replacement didn't properly work with a NULL argument which has made us write code that avoids calling free(NULL) - which causes some extra nuisance and unnecessary code. Starting now, we should allow free(NULL) even when built with the memdebug system enabled. free(NULL) is permitted by POSIX Steve Holme (25 Dec 2013) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 0ff0a994ada62a Daniel Stenberg (25 Dec 2013) - Curl_thread_create: use Curl_safefree to allow NULL better free() itself allows a NULL input but our memory debug system requires Curl_safefree() to be used instead when a "legitimate" NULL may be freed. Like in the code here. Pointed-out-by: Steve Holme - [Luke Dashjr brought this change] threaded resolver: Use pthread_t * for curl_thread_t ... since pthread_t may be non-scalar and/or may represent a real thread with scalar 0. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1314 Steve Holme (24 Dec 2013) - imap: Fixed auth preference not being honored when CAPABILITY not supported If a user indicated they preferred to authenticate using a SASL mechanism, but SASL authentication wasn't supported by the server, curl would always fall back to clear text when CAPABILITY wasn't supported, even though the user didn't want to use this. - pop3: Fixed auth preference not being honored when CAPA not supported If a user indicated they preferred to authenticate using APOP or a SASL mechanism, but neither were supported by the server, curl would always fall back to clear text when CAPA wasn't supported, even though the user didn't want to use this. This also fixes the auto build failure caused by commit 6f2d5f0562f64a. Daniel Stenberg (24 Dec 2013) - TheArtOfHttpScripting: major update, converted layout and more - Curl_pp_readresp: use memmove not memcpy, possibly overlapping areas Fixes commit 1deac31eba7 Steve Holme (24 Dec 2013) - RELEASE-NOTES: Corrected copy/paste typo - pop3: Fixed APOP being determined by CAPA response rather than by timestamp This commit replaces that of 9f260b5d6610f3 because according to RFC-2449, section 6, there is no APOP capability "...even though APOP is an optional command in [POP3]. Clients discover server support of APOP by the presence in the greeting banner of an initial challenge enclosed in angle brackets." - tests: Removed APOP timestamp from default server greeting - test936: Corrected login details from commit 7246255416617a - ftpserver.pl: Updated custom full text REPLY regex SASL downgrade tests: 833, 835, 879, 881, 935 and 937 would fail as they contained a minus sign in their authentication mechanism and this would be missed by the custom reply parser. - tests: Corrected syntax error from commit 7246255416617a - tests: Added SMTP SASL downgrade tests - tests: Added POP3 SASL downgrade tests - tests: Added IMAP SASL downgrade tests Daniel Stenberg (22 Dec 2013) - docs: mention CURLOPT_MAX_RECV/SEND_SPEED_LARGE don't work for FILE:// - FILE: don't wait due to CURLOPT_MAX_RECV_SPEED_LARGE The FILE:// code doesn't support this option - and it doesn't make sense to support it as long as it works as it does since then it'd only block even longer. But: setting CURLOPT_MAX_RECV_SPEED_LARGE would make the transfer first get done and then libcurl would wait until the average speed would get low enough. This happened because the transfer happens completely in the DO state for FILE:// but then it would still unconditionally continue in to the PERFORM state where the speed check is made. Starting now, the code will skip from DO_DONE to DONE immediately if no socket is set to be recv()ed or send()ed to. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1312 Reported-by: Mohammad AlSaleh Steve Holme (22 Dec 2013) - ftpserver.pl: Fixed runtime warning from commit 7da9c95bcf1fe6 Use of uninitialized value $FTPARG in concatenation (.) or string at line 3255. - ftpserver.pl: Added the ability to send custom full text replies - ftpserver.pl: Added the ability to specify custom full text replies - ftpserver.pl: Renamed commandreply variable from customreply - tests: Added SASL cancellation keywords Added SASL CANCELLATION keywords to differentiate these tests from the upcoming SASL downgrade tests. - email: Fixed segfault introduced in commit 195b63f99c2fe3 Daniel Stenberg (22 Dec 2013) - code police: fix indent level to silence checksrc complaints Steve Holme (21 Dec 2013) - email: Extended the login options to support multiple auth mechanisms Daniel Stenberg (22 Dec 2013) - Curl_pp_readresp: replace stupid loop with memcpy - Curl_pp_readresp: zero terminate line The comment in the code mentions the zero terminating after having copied data, but it mistakingly zero terminated the source data and not the destination! This caused the test 864 problem discussed on the list: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-12/0113.html Signed-off-by: Daniel Stenberg <daniel@haxx.se> Steve Holme (21 Dec 2013) - Revert "pop3: Added debug information to assist with test864 failure" This reverts commit 727d798d680f29c8b3cb7d7f03d6b6a3eb4356da. - pop3: Added debug information to assist with test864 failure - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 812c5ace759d04 - pop3: Fixed APOP timestamp detection from commit 1cfb436a2f1795 Daniel Stenberg (20 Dec 2013) - Makefile.inc: use standard source header - Makefile.inc: specify the vtls sources+headers separately - vtls: renamed sslgen.[ch] to vtls.[ch] - openssl: renamed backend files to openssl.[ch] - vtls: moved all TLS/SSL source and header files into subdir - vtls: created subdir, moved sslgen.[ch] there, updated all include lines Steve Holme (20 Dec 2013) - pop3: Fixed selection of APOP when server replies with an invalid timestamp Although highlighted by a bug in commit 1cfb436a2f1795, APOP authentication could be chosen if the server was to reply with an empty or missing timestamp in the server greeting and APOP was given in the capability list by the server. - pop3: Fixed processing of more than one response when sent in same packet Added a loop to pop3_statemach_act() in which Curl_pp_readresp() is called until the cache is drained. Without this multiple responses received in a single packet could result in a hang or delay. - pop3: Moved CAPA response handling to pop3_state_capa_resp() Similar to the processing of untagged CAPABILITY responses in IMAP and multi-line EHLO responses in SMTP, moved the processing of multi-line CAPA responses to pop3_state_capa_resp(). - pop3: Moved APOP detection into pop3_state_servergreet_resp() In an effort to reduce what pop3_endofresp() does and bring the POP3 source back inline with the IMAP and SMTP protocols, moved the APOP detection into pop3_state_servergreet_resp(). - curl_easy_setopt: Fixed OAuth 2.0 Bearer option name Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1313 Reported-by: Viktor Szakáts Daniel Stenberg (18 Dec 2013) - curl.1: remove URL encoding phrase from --data description ... it could be misleading a reader into thinking it _has_ to be encoded. Steve Holme (18 Dec 2013) - imap/pop3/smtp: Added support for SASL authentication downgrades Added support for downgrading the SASL authentication mechanism when the decoding of CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5 and NTLM messages fails. This enhances the previously added support for graceful cancellation by allowing the client to retry a lesser SASL mechanism such as LOGIN or PLAIN, or even APOP / clear text (in the case of POP3 and IMAP) when supported by the server. Daniel Stenberg (18 Dec 2013) - RELEASE-PROCEDURE: new document - gitignore: ignore .dirstamp files - smtp: fix compiler warning smtp.c:478:21: error: unused variable 'smtpc' [-Werror=unused-variable] Steve Holme (18 Dec 2013) - smtp: Moved the calculation of SASL login details into a separate function - pop3: Moved the calculation of SASL login details into a separate function - imap: Moved the calculation of SASL login details into a separate function - smtp: Moved the sending of the AUTH command into a separate function - pop3: Moved the sending of the AUTH command into a separate function - imap: Moved the sending of the AUTHENICATE command into a separate function - email: Renamed *_perform_authenticate() functions In preparation for the upcoming SASL downgrade feature renamed the imap__perform_authenticate(), pop3__perform_authenticate() and smtp__perform_authenticate() functions. Daniel Stenberg (17 Dec 2013) - bump: start working on the next release Version 7.34.0 (16 Dec 2013) Daniel Stenberg (16 Dec 2013) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with c0ef05e67 ... for the pending 7.34.0 release Upped the contributor count - THANKS: add contributors from 7.34.0 release 24 new great friends - gtls: respect *VERIFYHOST independently of *VERIFYPEER Security flaw CVE-2013-6422 This is conceptually the same problem and fix that 3c3622b6 brought to the OpenSSL backend and that resulted in CVE-2013-4545. This version of the problem was independently introduced to the GnuTLS backend with commit 59cf93cc, present in the code since the libcurl 7.21.4 release. Advisory: http://curl.haxx.se/docs/adv_20131217.html Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-11/0214.html Reported-by: Marc Deslauriers - curl.1 document -J doesn't %-decode ...also added as KNOWN_BUG #87 with reference to bug #1294 - multi: add timer inaccuracy margin to timeout/connecttimeout Since all systems have inaccuracy in the timeout handling it is imperative that we add an inaccuracy margin to the general timeout and connecttimeout handling with the multi interface. This way, when the timeout fires we should be fairly sure that it has passed the timeout value and will be suitably detected. For cases where the timeout fire before the actual timeout, we would otherwise consume the timeout action and still not run the timeout code since the condition wasn't met. Reported-by: He Qin Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1298 - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with dd4d9ea542 - curl_easy_setopt: clarify some USERPWD and PROXYUSERPWD details - login options: remove the ;[options] support from CURLOPT_USERPWD To avoid the regression when users pass in passwords containing semi- colons, we now drop the ability to set the login options with the same options. Support for login options in CURLOPT_USERPWD was added in 7.31.0. Test case 83 was modified to verify that colons and semi-colons can be used as part of the password when using -u (CURLOPT_USERPWD). Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1311 Reported-by: Petr Bahula Assisted-by: Steve Holme Signed-off-by: Daniel Stenberg <daniel@haxx.se> Steve Holme (14 Dec 2013) - imap: Fixed exclude of clear text when using auth=* in commit 75cd7fd66762bb It is not 100% clear whether * should include clear text LOGIN or not from RFC-5092, however, including it is then consistent with current POP3 behaviour where clear text, APOP or SASL may be chosen. - imap: Fixed incorrect fallback to clear text authentication If a specific SASL authentication mechanism was requested by the user as part of the login options but wasn't supported by the server then curl would fallback to clear text, when it shouldn't, rather than reporting "No known authentication mechanisms supported" as the POP3 and SMTP protocols do. Daniel Stenberg (11 Dec 2013) - [Eric Lubin brought this change] parsedate: avoid integer overflow In C, signed integer overflow is undefined behavior. Thus, the compiler is allowed to assume that it will not occur. In the check for an overflow, the developer assumes that the signed integer of type time_t will wrap around if it overflows. However, this behavior is undefined in the C standard. Thus, when the compiler sees this, it simplifies t + delta < t to delta < 0. Since delta > 0 and delta < 0 can't both be true, the entire if statement is optimized out under certain optimization levels. Thus, the parsedate function would return PARSEDATE_OK with an undefined value in the time, instead of return -1 = PARSEDATE_FAIL. - parseconfig: warn if unquoted white spaces are detected Commit 0db811b6 made some existing config files pass on unexpected values to libcurl that made it somewhat hard to track down what was really going on. This code detects unquoted white spaces in the parameter when parsing a config file as that would be one symptom and it is generally a bad syntax anyway. - RELEASE-NOTES: recount contributors and libcurl options - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with c4f46e97ca6c - [James Dury brought this change] TFTP: let tftp_multi_statemach()'s return codes through It would otherwise always clobber the return code with new function calls and it couldn't return timeout etc. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1310 Nick Zitzmann (7 Dec 2013) - [Melissa Mears brought this change] darwinssl: Fix #if 10.6.0 for SecKeychainSearch The comment here says that SecKeychainSearch causes a deprecation warning when used with a minimum Mac OS X SDK version of 10.7.0, which is correct. However, the #if guard did not match. It was intended to only use the code if 10.6.0 support was enabled, but it had 10.7.0 instead. This caused a warning if the minimum was exactly 10.7.0. Daniel Stenberg (6 Dec 2013) - [Christian Weisgerber brought this change] curl.h: <sys/select.h> for OpenBSD curl.h should also include <sys/select.h> on OpenBSD to reliably pull in select(). Typically, including <sys/time.h> will be enough, but not if strict standards-compliance is requested (e.g. by defining _XOPEN_SOURCE). - digest: fix CURLAUTH_DIGEST_IE The URI that is passed in as part of the Authorization: header needs to be cut off at '?' if CURLAUTH_DIGEST_IE is set. Previously the code only did when calculating the MD5sum. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1308 Patched-by: Sergey Tatarincev - Curl_is_connected: use proxy name in error message when proxy is used (bug introduced in 255826c4, never present in a release) Reported-by: Dima Tisnek Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-12/0006.html Steve Holme (4 Dec 2013) - imap/pop3: Post graceful cancellation consistency changes - [Melissa Mears brought this change] pop3: Fix POP3_TYPE_ANY signed compilation warning POP3_TYPE_ANY, or ~0, is written to pop3c->preftype in lib/pop3c.c, an unsigned int variable. The result of ~0 is -1, which caused a warning due to writing a negative number to an unsigned variable. To fix this, make the expression ~0U so that its value is considered the unsigned number UINT_MAX which is what SASL_AUTH_ANY does in curl_sasl.h. Kamil Dudka (2 Dec 2013) - tool_metalink: do not use HAVE_NSS_INITCONTEXT ... no longer provided by the configure script - nss: make sure that 'sslver' is always initialized - nss: unconditionally require NSS_InitContext() ... since we depend on NSS 3.14+ because of SSL_VersionRangeSet() anyway - nss: allow to use TLS > 1.0 if built against recent NSS Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-11/0162.html - nss: put SSL version selection into separate fnc - nss: use a better API for controlling SSL version This change introduces a dependency on NSS 3.14+. Patrick Monnerat (2 Dec 2013) - OS400: sync wrappers and RPG binding. Steve Holme (1 Dec 2013) - multi.c: Fixed compilation warning warning: declaration of 'pipe' shadows a global declaration - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with ad3836448efbb7 - base64: Corrected typo from commit f3ee587775c88a - base64: Post extended extended validation tidy up Reduced the separate processing of the last quantum to be performed in the main decoding loop and renamed some variables for consistency. - base64: Extended validation to look for invalid characters Extended the basic validation in commit e17c1b25bc33eb to return a failure when invalid base64 characters are included. - base64: Post basic validation tidy up Due to the length checks introduced in commit e17c1b25bc33eb there is no need to allow for extra space in the output buffer for a non-padded last quantum. - curl_easy_getinfo: Post CURLINFO_TLS_SESSION tidy up 1) Renamed curl_tlsinfo to curl_tlssessioninfo as discussed on the mailing list. 2) Renamed curl_ssl_backend to curl_sslbackend so it doesn't follow our function naming convention. 3) Updated sessioninfo.c example accordingly. Daniel Stenberg (29 Nov 2013) - parseconfig: dash options can't specified with colon or equals Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1297 Reported-by: Michael Osipov - curl.1: -G also takes --data-urlencode data - globbing: curl glob counter mismatch with {} list use The "fixed string" function wrongly bumped the "urlnum" counter which made curl output the total number of URLs wrong when using {one,two,three} lists in globs. Reported-by: Michael-O Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1305 Steve Holme (28 Nov 2013) - [Christian Grothoff brought this change] sessioninfo.c: Added sample code for CURLINFO_TLS_SESSION Added a simple example to show how one can use CURLINFO_TLS_SESSION for obtaining extensive TLS certificate information. - multi.c: Fixed compilation error introduced in commit a900d45489fc14 Systems that define SIGPIPE_VARIABLE as a noop would not compile as restore_pipe was defined afterwards. - [Christian Grothoff brought this change] curl_easy_getopt: Handle API violation gracefully This fixes a NULL dereference in the case where the client asks for CURLINFO_TLS_SESSION data after the (TLS) session has already been destroyed (i.e. curl_easy_perform has already completed for this handle). Instead of crashing, we now return a CURLSSLBACKEND_NONE error. - KNOWN_BUGS: #86: Disconnect commands may not be sent by IMAP, POP3 and SMTP Daniel Stenberg (27 Nov 2013) - [Jeff King brought this change] curl_multi_cleanup: ignore SIGPIPE This is an extension to the fix in 7d80ed64e43515. We may call Curl_disconnect() while cleaning up the multi handle, which could lead to openssl sending packets, which could get a SIGPIPE. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> - [Jeff King brought this change] sigpipe: factor out sigpipe_reset from easy.c Commit 7d80ed64e43515 introduced some helpers to handle sigpipe in easy.c. However, that fix was incomplete, and we need to add more callers in other files. The first step is making the helpers globally accessible. Since the functions are small and should generally end up inlined anyway, we simply define them in the header as static functions. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] connect: Try next ip directly after immediate connect fail This fixes a rare Happy Eyeballs bug where if the first IP family runs out of addresses before the second-family-timer fires, and the second IP family's first connect fails immediately, no further IPs of the second family are attempted. - hostip: don't prune DNS cache entries that are in use When adding entries to the DNS cache with CURLOPT_RESOLVE, they are marked 'inuse' forever to prevent them from ever being removed in normal operations. Still, the code that pruned out-of-date DNS entries didn't care for the 'inuse' struct field and pruned it anyway! Reported-by: Romulo A. Ceccon Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1303 Steve Holme (24 Nov 2013) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 35e476a3f6cdd5 - tests: Re-ordered test arguments to match other IMAP tests - tests: Corrected login "username" authentication responses - tests: Added error code explanation comments - tests: Removed expected QUIT response from graceful cancellation tests A failure during authentication, which is performed as part of the CONNECT phrase (for IMAP, POP3 and SMTP) is considered by the multi- interface as being closed prematurely (aka a dead connection). As such these protocols cannot issue the relevant QUIT or LOGOUT command. Temporarily fixed the test cases until we can fix this properly. - tests: Added SMTP graceful authentication cancellation tests - tests: Added POP3 graceful authentication cancellation tests - ftpserver.pl: Reworked fix from commit 7a36b2abc06862 - ftpserver.pl: Fixed unknown IMAP command "*" - ftpserver.pl: Fixed servercmd REPLY with * detection - tests: Added IMAP graceful authentication cancellation tests - tests: Moved CR LF in URL tests to their respective protocol groups - smtp: Post SMTP command expansion tidy up Removed unnecessary SMTP_STOP state changes on failure. Removed hard return on failure in smtp_state_data_resp(). - symbols-in-versions: Added missing CURLSSLBACKEND_* symbols - symbols-in-versions: Fixed missing CURLINFO_TLS_SESSION - [Christian Grothoff brought this change] curl_easy_getinfo: Added CURLINFO_TLS_SESSION for accessing TLS internals Added new API for returning a SSL backend type and pointer, in order to allow access to the TLS internals, that may then be used to obtain X509 certificate information for example. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 8191800a0c8ff7 - smtp: Fixed space being sent in non --mail-rcpt based requests Commands such as NOOP, RSET and HELP would be sent with a space at the end of the command, for example: "NOOP ". - tests: Added SMTP NOOP and RSET tests - test928: Corrected typo in expected data from commit df58084695ce9b - tests: Added SMTP HELP test - smtp: Changed the default command to HELP when no options are specified Otherwise a NOOP operation would be performed which a) only returns a single line response and not a multiline response where -I needs to be used, and b) provides an inconsistent user experience compared to that of the POP3 and IMAP protocols. - smtp:Fixed memory leak from commit dac01ff6d788b2 The buffer allocated by smtp_parse_custom_request() was not freed. - connect: Close open but unconnected socket in singleipconnect() singleipconnect() could return the file descriptor of an open socket even though the function returned a CURLE_COULDNT_CONNECT error code from commit ed1662c374361a and 02fbc26d59c591. This could cause tests 19, 704 and 1233 to fail on FreeBSD, AIX and Solaris. - tests: Added SMTP EXPN command test - test926: Corrected unknown user reply from commit 0d735c29f92748 The error code should not be sent as data as it isn't passed onto the client as body data, so cannot be compared in the test suite against expected data. - tests: Corrected missing data reply sections from 3d50e91aeef8cc - tests: Added SMTP VRFY command tests - ftpserver.pl: Added support for new SMTP commands - smtp: Fixed broken RCPT TO from commit 0ea4a80bb23666 Daniel Stenberg (15 Nov 2013) - smtp_state_mail_resp: removed unused variable 'smtp' Steve Holme (15 Nov 2013) - DOCS: Updated curl_easy_setopt.3 following recent SMTP changes * Added information about the verify and expand commands to CURLOPT_MAIL_RCPT. * Reworked CURLOPT_CUSTOMREQUEST section, adding information about IMAP and SMTP custom commands. - DOCS: Updated manpage following recent SMTP modifications * Added SMTP section to --request * Expanded --mail-rcpt to describe the usage when using the verify and expand commands. - smtp: Simplified the next RCPT TO logic - lib1507.c: Added missing set of CURLOPT_UPLOAD option Although this option should have already been set, the SMTP module can now download information from and send instructional commands to, an SMTP server, requiring the option to be set in order to perform a mail transfer. - smtp.c: Fixed trailing whitespace - smtp: Added support for VRFY and EXPN commands - smtp: Added support for NOOP and RSET commands - smtp: Fixed handling of multiline server greeting responses Incorrectly processed multiline server greeting responses as "wanted" continue responses in smtp_endofresp(), from commit f16c0de4e9bbe3, which in turn broke the SMTP server detection in the test suite, because the EHLO command would not be sent. - smtp.c: Fixed compilation error from commit f16c0de4e9bbe3 warning: unused variable 'smtpc' - smtp: Fixed processing of more than one response when sent in same packet Added a loop to smtp_statemach_act() in which Curl_pp_readresp() is called until the cache is drained. Without this multiple responses received in a single packet could result in a hang or delay. - smtp: Moved EHLO response handling to smtp_state_ehlo_resp() Similar to the processing of untagged CAPABILITY responses in IMAP moved the processing of multiline EHLO responses to smtp_state_ehlo_resp() and introduced an internal response code of one to differentiate a multiline continuation from the end of command. This also allows for the separate processing of multiline responses from commands such as VRFY and EXPN. - connect: Forgot to correct line endings before push in commit ed1662c374361a - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] connect: Return the socket descriptor even on fail singleipconnect() did not return the open socket descriptor on some errors, thereby sometimes causing a socket leak. This patch ensures the socket is always returned. Daniel Stenberg (13 Nov 2013) - configure: Fix test with -Werror=implicit-function-declaration The ipv6 auto-detect test in configure returns a false negative when CFLAGS contains -Werror=implicit-function-declaration. (I have been using this flag to detect code issues that would result in SEGVs on x86_64-cygwin.) Patch-by: Yaakov Selkowitz Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1304 Steve Holme (13 Nov 2013) - test825: Corrected typo from commit b29217d0d682d4 - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with bde901ad89a6f1 - test922: Corrected title to match other OAuth 2.0 tests - tests: Added IMAP OAuth 2.0 authentication with initial response test - tests: Added IMAP NTLM authentication with initial response test - tests: Added IMAP login authentication with initial response test - tests: Added IMAP plain authentication with initial response test - test873: Use proper padding in NTLM responses Nick Zitzmann (12 Nov 2013) - darwinssl: check for SSLSetSessionOption() presence when toggling BEAST Even though this is only a formality (since not many people build on Mavericks while targeting Leopard), since we still support Leopard at the earliest, we might as well be pedantic. - darwinssl: PKCS#12 import feature now requires Lion or later It turns out that some of the constants necessary to make this feature work are missing from Snow Leopard's Security framework even though they are defined in the headers. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-11/0076.html Reported by: myriachan Steve Holme (13 Nov 2013) - tests: Added POP3 OAuth 2.0 authentication with initial response test - tests: Added POP3 NTLM authentication with initial response test - tests: Added POP3 login authentication with initial response test - tests: Added POP3 plain authentication with initial response test - TODO: Added auth= in URLs to the wish list for HTTP - curl_easy_setopt: Added the ability to set the login options separately Rather than set the authentication options as part of the login details specified in the URL, or via the older CURLOPT_USERPWD option, added a new libcurl option to allow the login options to be set separately. Daniel Stenberg (12 Nov 2013) - curl.1: mention that -O does no URL decoding Kamil Dudka (12 Nov 2013) - [Tomas Hoger brought this change] curl_easy_setopt.3: clarify CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST documentation - better describe what happens when 1 is specified as parameter - clarify what "is ignored" means for NSS builds Steve Holme (12 Nov 2013) - runtests.pl: Added SSPI detection - multi: Small code tidy up to avoid hard return - tests: Updated CRAM-MD5 tests to use test user details - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] multi: Set read socket when returning READSOCK(0) This patch fixes and issue introduced in commit 7d7df831981fee, if the tunnel state was TUNNEL_CONNECT, waitconnect_getsock() would return a bitmask indicating a readable socket but never stored the socket in the return array. Daniel Stenberg (11 Nov 2013) - bump: next release will be 7.34.0 Due to all the news and changes. Steve Holme (10 Nov 2013) - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] connect: Close temporary sockets in conn_free() The temporary sockets used for Happy Eyeballs were not closed properly, if curl exited prematurely, which this patch fixes. - tests: Corrected titles of POP3 and SMTP OAuth 2.0 tests - test823: Fixed expected authentication text from commit e10a26a9d6d6de Fixed authentication text due to incorrect digest-uri property. - test821: Fixed expected authentication text from commit 2d5455feac9984 - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 0f81fbe5da6643 - [Kim Vandry brought this change] ares: Fixed compilation under Visual Studio 2012 - tests: Added IMAP OAuth 2.0 authentication test - tests: Added IMAP DIGEST-MD5 authentication test - tests: Added IMAP NTLM authentication test - tests: Added IMAP CRAM-MD5 authentication test - test819: Fixed expected authentication text from commit 76f924131c9fd3 - ftpserver.pl: Reworked custom reply handling code 1) To fix issues with IMAP custom replies 2) So initial space is not required in IMAP display text 3) To be more readable and understandable - ftpserver.pl: Reworked unrecognised command responses As the IMAP regex could fail and $1 would not contain the command id updated the unrecognised command response to be more generic and realistic (like those used in the command handlers). Additionally updated the POP3, SMTP and FTP responses. - ftpserver.pl: Fixed processing of IMAP authentication strings Daniel Stenberg (9 Nov 2013) - cmake: fix Windows build with IPv6 support Patch-by: "Z98" Steve Holme (6 Nov 2013) - Revert "ftpserver.pl: Corrected logic from commit 27b7b1062f9d97" This reverts commit 558034ab7002d1 as it appears to break the auto builds. More thought is required for this! - ftpserver.pl: Corrected logic from commit 27b7b1062f9d97 - ftpserver.pl: Fixed IMAP cmdid being sent on custom responses - tests: Added IMAP login authentication test - tests: Added IMAP plain authentication test - url.c: Very small amount of policing - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] url.c: Remove superfluous for loop The reason for this loop's existence was removed in commit 02fbc26d59c591. Daniel Stenberg (5 Nov 2013) - KNOWN_BUGS: STARTTRANSFER for POST requests added 85. Wrong STARTTRANSFER timer accounting for POST requests - Curl_ssl_push_certinfo_len: don't %.*s non-zero-terminated string Our own printf() replacement clearly can't properly handle %.*s with a string that isn't zero terminated. Instead of fixing the printf code or even figuring out what the proper posix behavior is, I reverted this piece of the code back to the previous version where it does malloc + memcpy instead. Regression added in e839446c2a5, released in curl 7.32.0. Reported-by: Felix Yan Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1295 Steve Holme (5 Nov 2013) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 7fc3b2ce382ed6 - connect.h: Updated copyright year for last edit Daniel Stenberg (4 Nov 2013) - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] connect: Add connection delay to Happy Eyeballs. This patch adds a 200ms delay between the first and second address family socket connection attempts. It also iterates over IP addresses in the order returned by the system, meaning most dual-stack systems will try IPv6 first. Additionally, it refactors the connect code, removing most code that handled synchronous connects. Since all sockets are now non-blocking, the logic can be made simpler. Steve Holme (4 Nov 2013) - winbind: Fixed ntlm_auth expecting eol following commit e17c1b25bc33eb - nss.c: Fixed compilation warnings (Take Two) nss.c:702: warning: pointer targets in passing argument 3 of 'Curl_extract_certinfo' differ in signedness nss.c:702: warning: pointer targets in passing argument 4 of 'Curl_extract_certinfo' differ in signedness Made sure the cast was correctly "unsigned char *" to "char *" and not "unsigned char *" to "unsigned char *". - nss.c: Fixed compilation warnings nss.c:700: warning: pointer targets in passing argument 3 of 'Curl_extract_certinfo' differ in signedness nss.c:700: warning: pointer targets in passing argument 4 of 'Curl_extract_certinfo' differ in signedness - tests: Added test for IMAP NOOP command - tests: Added test for IMAP COPY command - tests: Disable IMAP CLOSE and EXPUNGE command tests This is temporary until curl supports either multiple custom commands or post-quote commands in IMAP. - tests: Added tests for IMAP CLOSE and EXPUNGE commands - connect.c: Code policing on commit 5094bb53f4a027 No need for a rhs condition on a bitwise compare. - nss.c: Fixed compilation warnings warning: implicit declaration of function 'Curl_extract_certinfo' - x509asn1.c: Fixed compilation warnings warning: declaration of 'chsize' shadows a global declaration - DOCS: Expanded --request description to include POP3 and IMAP details - tool_help: Updated --list-only description to include POP3 - DOCS: Updated --list-only description to include POP3 Additionally corrected typos in --oauth2-bearer protocol list. - base64: Fixed compilation warnings when using Curl_base64_decode() curl_sasl.c:294: warning: dereferencing type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules getpart.c:201: warning: dereferencing type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules - connect: Fixed "Whut?" no server connection failures Introduced in commit 7d7df831981fee curl would loop displaying "Whut?" if it was trying to connect to an address and port that didn't have anything listening on it. - http: Post base64 decoding tidy up Renamed copy_header_value() to Curl_copy_header_value() as this function is now non static. Simplified proxy flag in Curl_http_input_auth() when calling sub-functions. Removed unnecessary white space removal when using negotiate as it had been missed in commit cdccb422671aeb. Daniel Stenberg (3 Nov 2013) - glob_range: pass the closing bracket for a-z ranges Regression since commit 5ca96cb844102 (release in 7.33.0) Reported-by: Marcin Gryszkalis Steve Holme (2 Nov 2013) - getpart: Fixed base64 encoded parts following commit e17c1b25bc33eb - http: Added proxy tunnel authentication message header value extraction ...following recent changes to Curl_base64_decode() rather than trying to parse a header line for the authentication mechanisms which is CRLF terminated and inline zero terminate it. - http: Added authentication message header value extraction ...following recent changes to Curl_base64_decode() rather than trying to parse a header line for the authentication mechanisms which is CRLF terminated and inline zero terminate it. Daniel Stenberg (30 Oct 2013) - curl_multi_wait: accept 0 from multi_timeout() as valid timeout The code rejected 0 as a valid timeout while in fact the function could indeed legitimately return that and it should be respected. Reported-by: Bjorn Stenberg Steve Holme (30 Oct 2013) - email: Corrected a couple of typos from commit aa0eaef4838ccd - TODO: Removed the 'Graceful base64 decoding failure' sections Updated following the recent changes to support graceful failures during the authentication phrase. - email: Post graceful SASL authentication cancellation tidy up - [Kamil Dudka brought this change] tests: use proper padding in NTLM responses Patrick Monnerat (30 Oct 2013) - NSS: support for CERTINFO feature Daniel Stenberg (30 Oct 2013) - base64: removed trailing white space and updated copyright year Steve Holme (30 Oct 2013) - base64: Added basic validation to base64 input string when decoding A base64 string should be a multiple of 4 characters in length, not contain any more than 2 padding characters and only contain padding characters at the end of string. For example: Y3VybA== Strings such as the following are considered invalid: Y= - Invalid length Y== - Invalid length Y=== - More than two padding characters Y=x= - Padding character contained within string Daniel Stenberg (29 Oct 2013) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 255826c40f9316 - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] bugfix: Don't block waiting for socket1 connect. This patch fixes a bug in Happy Eyeballs where curl would wait for a connect response from socket1 before checking socket2. Also, it updates error messages for failed connections, showing the ip addresses that failed rather than just the host name repeatedly. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-10/0236.html Reported-by: Paul Marks Steve Holme (28 Oct 2013) - sasl: Updated create_digest_md5_message() to use a dynamic buffer Daniel Stenberg (28 Oct 2013) - SECURITY: "curl security for developers" Describes our security process from a project and curl developer's perspective. Patrick Monnerat (28 Oct 2013) - OS400: coding style standards Steve Holme (27 Oct 2013) - email: Added support for cancelling NTLM authentication - sasl: Removed unused variables from commit b87ba2c94217c0 - email: Added support for cancelling DIGEST-MD5 authentication - email: Corrected a couple of typos from 1e39b95682781f Daniel Stenberg (27 Oct 2013) - [Gisle Vanem brought this change] docs/examples/httpput.c: fix build for MSVC "Dan Fandrich" <dan@coneharvesters.com> wrote: >> But I'm not sure <unistd.h> is needed at all. > > It's needed for close(2). But the only reason that's needed is because fstat > is used instead of stat(2); if you fix that, then you could remove that > include altogether. Okay. I've tested the following with MSVC and MingW. htttput.c now simply uses stat(): Steve Holme (27 Oct 2013) - email: Added support for canceling CRAM-MD5 authentication Daniel Stenberg (27 Oct 2013) - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] Typo fix in trynextip(). - TODO: remove "Happy Eyeball dual stack connect" ... as it was just merged in commit 7d7df - [Björn Stenberg brought this change] Add "Happy Eyeballs" for IPv4/IPv6. This patch invokes two socket connect()s nearly simultaneously, and the socket that is first connected "wins" and is subsequently used for the connection. The other is terminated. There is a very slight IPv4 preference, in that if both sockets connect simultaneously IPv4 is checked first and thus will win. Steve Holme (27 Oct 2013) - email: Added initial support for cancelling authentication Should a client application fail to decode an authentication message received from a server, or not support any of the parameters given by the server in the message, then the authentication phrase should be cancelled gracefully by the client rather than simply terminating the connection. The authentication phrase should be cancelled by simply sending a '*' to the server, in response to erroneous data being received, as per RFC-3501, RFC-4954 and RFC-5034. This patch adds the necessary state machine constants and appropriate response handlers in order to add this functionality for the CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5 and NTLM authentication mechanisms. - email: Moved authentication message parsing into a separate function ...in preparation for upcoming modifications. - ftp: Fixed compiler warning warning: 'result' may be used uninitialized in this function Daniel Stenberg (26 Oct 2013) - FTP: make the data connection work when going through proxy This is a regression since the switch to always-multi internally c43127414d89c. Test 1316 was modified since we now clearly call the Curl_client_write() function when doing the LIST transfer part and then the handler->protocol says FTP and ftpc.transfertype is 'A' which implies text converting even though that the response is initially a HTTP CONNECT response in this case. Steve Holme (26 Oct 2013) - tool_help: Added login options to --user description - email: Added references to SASL LOGIN authentication draft proposal - tests: Tidy up of SMTP and POP3 tests Corrected line endings, RFC references and standardised on user names and passwords used in the tests. - tool_help: Added clarity to the --oauth2-bearer option ...as XOAUTH2 is the extended (or non-standard) SASL identifier and OAuth 2 is the protocol name (and version). - smtp: Fixed response code parsing for bad AUTH continuation responses This workaround had been previously been implemented for IMAP and POP3 but not SMTP. Some of the recent test case additions implemented this behaviour to emulate a bad server and the SMTP code didn't cope with it. - gskit.c: Code policing following commit 2cc9246477285d Corrected 80 character line length error and pointer declarations (some of which were previously incorrect) - test907: Corrected DIGEST-MD5 response given in commit 820ed48a0088cd As the URI, which is contained within the DIGEST-MD5 response, is constructed from the service and realm, the encoded message differs from that generated under POP3. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with d24b7953c2132a - tests: Added SMTP OAUTH2 authentication with initial response test - tests: Added SMTP NTLM authentication with initial response test - tests: Added SMTP OAUTH2 authentication test - tests: Added SMTP DIGEST-MD5 authentication test - tests: Regrouped SMTP authentication tests Patrick Monnerat (25 Oct 2013) - OS400: sync RPG wrapper, zlib support, fix header file names, ... IFS compilation support, SSL GSKit backend by default, TLSv1.[12] support in GSKit for OS400 >= V7R1, no more tabs in make scripts. Steve Holme (24 Oct 2013) - sasl: Fixed memory leak in OAUTH2 message creation - ftpserver.pl: Added support for empty pop3 authentication data Daniel Stenberg (23 Oct 2013) - CURLOPT_RESOLVE: mention they don't time-out Clarify in the documentation that DNS entries added with CURLOPT_RESOLVE won't time-out. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-10/0062.html Reported-by: Romulo Ceccon Steve Holme (23 Oct 2013) - tests: Added POP3 OAUTH2 authentication test - tests: Added empty response support to custom replies ...and fixed up test869 as DIGEST-MD transcript is as follows: S: Challenge C: Authentication String S: Continue Response C: Empty String Daniel Stenberg (23 Oct 2013) - sasl: fix compiler warning error: unused variable 'table16' Steve Holme (23 Oct 2013) - tests: Added POP3 DIGEST-MD5 authentication test Daniel Stenberg (22 Oct 2013) - configure: check for long long when building with cyassl cyassl/ctaocrypt/types.h needs SIZEOF_LONG_LONG Reported-by: Chris Conlon - test1240: verify 867b52a7ac52 (glob ranges with text to the right) - glob: fix regression from commit 5ca96cb844 Plain strings after glob ranges/lists weren't treated correctly but caused broken URLs to get used. Reported-by: Javier Barroso - [Rémy Léone brought this change] Adding a .travis.yml file to use the travis-ci.org From wikipedia: Travis CI is a hosted, distributed continuous integration service used to build and test projects hosted at GitHub. Travis CI is configured by adding a file named .travis.yml, which is a YAML format text file, to the root directory of the GitHub repository. Travis CI automatically detects when a commit has been made and pushed to a GitHub repository that is using Travis CI, and each time this happens, it will try to build the project and run tests. This includes commits to all branches, not just to the master branch. When that process has completed, it will notify a developer in the way it has been configured to do so — for example, by sending an email containing the test results (showing success or failure), or by posting a message on an IRC channel. It can be configured to run the tests on a range of different machines, with different software installed (such as older versions of a programming language, to test for compatibility). Kamil Dudka (21 Oct 2013) - ssh: initialize per-handle data in ssh_connect() ... if not already initialized. This fixes a regression introduced by commit 4ad8e142da463ab208d5b5565e53291c8e5ef038, which caused test619 to intermittently fail on certain machines (namely Fedora build hosts). Daniel Stenberg (20 Oct 2013) - [Gisle Vanem brought this change] curl.1: add missing exit-code I noted a missing text for exit-code 89 in docs/curl.1 - cmake: unbreak for non-Windows platforms Patch-by: Oliver Kuckertz Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1292 Steve Holme (20 Oct 2013) - ftpserver.pl: Fixed syntax error from commit 5b31b38c27bb7a - test866: Fixed user response from commit 7f7fbe7fbdb449 - ftpserver.pl: Fixed processing of POP3 authentication strings ...and corrected response when check fails from 500 to -ERR. - tests: Added POP3 NTLM authentication test - tests: Added POP3 CRAM-MD5 authentication test - tests: Added POP3 login authentication test - tests: Added POP3 plain authentication test
curl-debug-7.37.0-2.oc00 (08/09/2014)
Repository: Netlabs stable
_ _ ____ _ ___| | | | _ \| | / __| | | | |_) | | | (__| |_| | _ <| |___ \___|\___/|_| \_\_____| Changelog Version 7.37.0 (20 May 2014) Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - THANKS: 18 new contributors for 7.37.0 - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 85f4075bdbf3 Possibly the final update before release... Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - README: Added some outstanding tasks to the TODO list Added a couple of outstanding tasks to the TODO section that we didn't get time to do before the release. Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - http2: make connection re-use work Http2 connections would wrongly get closed after each individual request. Co-authored-by: Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1374 - [Fabian Frank brought this change] ALPN: fix typo in http/1.1 identifier According to https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-applayerprotoneg-05 it is "http/1.1" and not "http/1.0". Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - build-openssl.bat: Added check for OpenSSL source directory - build-openssl.bat: Added default source directory when not specified Added a default source directory so the user doesn't have to specify one - the same as that, which the Visual Studio project files expect the OpenSSL dependencies to be in. - Makefile.am: Fixed missing / in VC10+ project file generation - INSTALL: Updated MSVC 6 caveats To use an up to date download link as well as remove duplicate information. - INSTALL: Updated for new Visual Studio project files - build: Slight rename of new LIB_* makefile file variables In order to try and be consistent between curl and libcurl renamed the recently introduced LIB_* makefile file variables. - build: Removed old Visual Studio project files Daniel Stenberg (18 May 2014) - maketgz: two more CRLF grrr, missed them in my previous fix - test1014: GSS-API is only in curl-config. not in curl Follow-up to commit 121bcfee5d1. curl-config --features now lists GSS-API but it is not a listed feature in curl -V. This should probably be synchronized. - test1134: verify CREDSPERREQUEST for HTTP Verifies that the change in 68f0166a92 works as intended and that different HTTP auth credentials to the same host still re-uses the connection properly. - maketgz: remove CRLF newlines Steve Holme (18 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Corrected a couple of grammar errors - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for curl tool - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - [Daniel Stenberg brought this change] maketgz: run make vc-ide before make dist To get the VC project files generated before packaging! - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for libcurl - Makefile.am: Removed old Visual Studio project file generation Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 831f6dd1d986c9 Steve Holme (17 May 2014) - build: Fixed another tabulation issue in the Visual Studio file generator Dan Fandrich (17 May 2014) - axtls: Fixed too long source line Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - configure: add GSS-API to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1344 Reported-by: Michael Osipov - configure: add SPNEGO to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1343 Reported-by: Michael Osipov Dan Fandrich (16 May 2014) - axtls: Add a TODO to a potential blocking call with no timeout Daniel Stenberg (16 May 2014) - curl_easy_getinfo.3: clarify CURLINFO_SIZE_DOWNLOAD It counts "body" data only, no meta data, no headers. - curl_easy_setopt.3: prefer XFERINFOFUNCTION to PROGRESSFUNCTION - HTTP: CREDSPERREQUEST is for HTTP too Commit 517b06d657ace (in 7.36.0) that brought the CREDSPERREQUEST flag only set it for HTTPS, making HTTP less good at doing connection re-use than it should be. Now set it for HTTP as well. Simple test case "curl -v -u foo:bar localhost --next -u bar:foo localhos" Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0127.html Reported-by: Kamil Dudka - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 53a5b95c21586 - CURLINFO_SSL_VERIFYRESULT: assign at first connect call The variable wasn't assigned at all until step3 which would lead to a failed connect never assigning the variable and thus returning a bad value. Reported-by: Larry Lin Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0203.html - timers: fix timer regression involving redirects / reconnects In commit 0b3750b5c23c25f (released in 7.36.0) we fixed a timeout issue but instead broke the timings. To fix this, I introduce a new timestamp to use for the timeouts and restored the previous timestamp and timestamp position so that the old timer functionality is restored. In addition to that, that change also broke connection timeouts for when more than one connect was used (as it would then count the total time from the first connect and not for the most recent one). Now Curl_timeleft() has been modified so that it checks against different start times depending on which timeout it checks. Test 1303 is updated accordingly. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0147.html Reported-by: Ryan Braud Steve Holme (15 May 2014) - darwinssl: Updated copyright following recent changes Nick Zitzmann (14 May 2014) - darwinssl: fix potential crash when attempting to copy an identity from a P12 file This could've happened if SecPKCS12Import() returned noErr _and_ no identity. Steve Holme (12 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 52d16c84d2 Daniel Stenberg (12 May 2014) - openssl: unbreak PKCS12 support Regression introduced in ce362e8eb9c (7.31.0) Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1371 Reported-by: Dmitry Steve Holme (11 May 2014) - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - build: Fixed some tabulation issues in the Visual Studio file generator - tests: Fixed up DIGEST-MD5 tests following commit 8342b6e1dc - sasl: Fixed missing qop in the client's challenge-response message Whilst the qop directive isn't required to be present in a client's response, as servers should assume a qop of "auth" if it isn't specified, some may return authentication failure if it is missing. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - Makefile.inc: Separated the lib and lib/vtls source file variables To cater for the automatic generation of the new Visual Studio project files, moved the lib file list into a separated variable so that lib and lib/vtls can be referenced independently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 0ab2c444b5 - Makefile.b32: Fixed for vtls changes Follow up fix to commits a47c142a88, 11e8066ef9 and 92b9ae5c5d. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0025.html Reported and assisted by: Jon Torrey Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - lib1506: make sure the transfers are not within the same ms Just to make sure the test is properly repeatable. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0081.html Reported-by: Henrik - libtests: add a wait_ms() function This allows a libcurl test to portably sleep for a given number of milliseconds. Steve Holme (9 May 2014) - tool_operate.c: Fixed TAB is white space from commit 5b8ae0a985 - tool_urlglob.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warnings An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - getinfo.c: Fixed compilation warning The indicated statement is not reachable. Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - CONTRIBUTE: mention our Bug/Reported-by commit style Kamil Dudka (9 May 2014) - http: avoid auth failure on a duplicated header ... 'WWW-Authenticate: Negotiate' received from server Reported by: David Woodhouse Bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1093348 Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - cacertinmem: fix memory leak While "just" an example it still isn't nice to leak memory. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1368 Fixed-by: Marko - TODO: firefox will soon support SSL (HTTPS) to proxy Dan Fandrich (9 May 2014) - test87: Get rid of extraneous square brackets in tag Daniel Stenberg (8 May 2014) - [Patrick Watson brought this change] mk-ca-bundle: added -p -p takes a list of Mozilla trust purposes and levels for certificates to include in output. Takes the form of a comma separated list of purposes, a colon, and a comma separated list of levels. - FAQ: Added 5.18 Does libcurl use threads? Dan Fandrich (7 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Added contributor - [Aaro Koskinen brought this change] configure: Don't set LD_LIBRARY_PATH when cross-compiling Most of LD_LIBRARY_PATH adjustments are already guarded, but not all. The patch fixes cross-compilation failure when libidn is present. Steve Holme (7 May 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 Now nghttp2_submit_request returns assigned stream ID, we don't have to check stream ID using before_stream_send_callback. The adjust_priority_callback was removed. - curl.1: Added missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - tool_help: Fixed missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - url.c: Fixed compilation warning/error Depending on compiler line 3505 could generate the following warning or error: * warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code * A declaration cannot appear after an executable statement in a block * error C2275: 'size_t' : illegal use of this type as an expression - TODO: Fixed some spelling mistakes - TODO: Add support for concurrent connections in ftpserver.pl - build: Fixed file format version number in VC12 solution files Unlike previous versions of Visual Studio the VC12 solution file format does not increment the format version number, but instead, only changes the version comment text. This incorrectly set version number would cause problems for any third party piece of software that would read the solution file expecting the version number to be 12.00 and found it to be 13.00, such as some build accelerators. Verified against a freshly created solution file which was generated with VC12. - [Ivo Bellin Salarin brought this change] build-openssl.bat: Corrected use of angled brackets in help output Angled brackets were used in the help output to indicate that the compiler and platform arguments are mandatory. Unfortunately this caused a "< was unexpected at this time" error as the characters are interpreted as re-direction characters when not escaped. Dan Fandrich (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: changed encoding to UTF-8 Daniel Stenberg (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 5de8d84098db1bd2 - fix_hostname: strip off a single trailing dot from host name Primarily for SNI, we need the host name without a trailing dot. "https://www.example.com." resolves fine but fails on SNI unless the dot is removed. Reported-by: Leon Winter Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0161.html - curl: bail on cookie use when built with disabled cookies - [Daniel Johnson brought this change] Enable poll on darwin13 Poll has long been broken on Mac OS X. Starting with 10.9 (darwin13) it now works correctly so this patch enables it there. - curl_easy_setopt.3: added the proto for CURLOPT_SSH_KNOWNHOSTS Dan Fandrich (5 May 2014) - tests: Use standard libtest return codes when relevant - test1513: Don't return an uninitialized variable on init failure Daniel Stenberg (5 May 2014) - [Jeff King brought this change] curl_multi_cleanup: ignore SIGPIPE better When looping and closing each individual connection left open, the SIGPIPE ignoring was not done and could thus lead to death by signal 13. Bug: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/238242 - TODO: the FTP HOST command is now in RFC 7151 - TODO: Update date and version in man pages Mentioned in bug #1342 - schannel: don't use the connect-timeout during send As there's a default connection timeout and this wrongly used the connection timeout during a transfer after the connection is completed, this function would trigger timeouts during transfers erroneously. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1352 Figured-out-by: Radu Simionescu - mprintf: allow %.s with data not being zero terminated If the precision is indeed shorter than the string, don't strlen() to find the end because that's not how the precision operator works. I also added a unit test for curl_msnprintf to make sure this works and that the fix doesn't a few other basic use cases. I found a POSIX compliance problem that I marked TODO in the unit test, and I figure we need to add more tests in the future. Reported-by: Török Edwin Steve Holme (4 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 4febbedc5a - curl_ntlm_core: Fixed use of long long for VC6 and VC7 Commit 07b66cbfa4 unfortunately broke native NTLM message support in compilers, such as VC6, VC7 and others, that don't support long long type declarations. This commit fixes VC6 and VC7 as they support the __int64 extension, however, we should consider an additional fix for other compilers that don't support this. - config-win32.h: Fixed HAVE_LONGLONG for Visual Studio .NET 2003 and up Fixed the HAVE_LONGLONG declaration as long long is supported in Visual Studio .NET 2003 (VC7.1) onwards. Daniel Stenberg (4 May 2014) - openssl: biomem->data is not zero terminated So printf(%s) on it or reading before bounds checking is wrong, fixing it. Could previously lead to reading out of boundary. Reported-by: Török Edwin - BUILD.WINDOWS: update URL for windows prereqs - easy_perform: spelling mistake in error message Steve Holme (1 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Added build-openssl.bat as README file references it Missed in commit dce748d3f1. - build: Fixed Visual Studio project file generator missing some files As of commit 6cdd88f22c the Visual Studio project file generator would skip the first and last file from each group of files. - build: Added OpenSSL VC build helper for side-by-side compilations - build: Added Visual Studio 2003 .NET (VC7.1) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7.1 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (1 May 2014) - test585: Fixed NULL pointer dereference in fopen Steve Holme (30 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed generation when source file names contain spaces This shouldn't happen with the source files in the repository, but fixed the output when there are spurious files lying around that contain spaces. For example "pop3 - Copy.c" By including the offending source file in the project files the user can then see the file and remove it if necessary. - build: Added VC7 and VC7.1 support to the project file generator Note: VC7.1 templates are currently not available. - build: Added VC6 and VC12 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC11 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC9 and VC10 support to the project file generator - build: Added Visual Studio project file generator Added a batch file for generating the Visual Studio project files from the new template files. - copyright: Updated following recent edits Dan Fandrich (29 Apr 2014) - runtests.pl: Improved the check for a crash during torture tests - Added a few more const where possible - unit1395: Fixed null pointer dereference on torture test Daniel Stenberg (27 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 commit 6d5f40238028f2d8c (Apr 27) or later nghttp2 is now required Steve Holme (27 Apr 2014) - build: Added other VC6 output files to the .gitignore list - build: Corrected libcurl PDB file name for x64 builds in VC8 through VC12 - build: Added Visual Studio .NET (VC7) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Added Visual Studio 6.0 (VC6) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added a more thorough version of the VC6 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (26 Apr 2014) - INFILESIZE: fields in UserDefined must not be changed run-time set.infilesize in this case was modified in several places, which could lead to repeated requests using the same handle to get unintendent/wrong consequences based on what the previous request did! Kamil Dudka (25 Apr 2014) - nss: propagate blocking direction from NSPR I/O ... during the non-blocking SSL handshake Daniel Stenberg (23 Apr 2014) - test325: verify --proto-redir https=>http - handler: make 'protocol' always specified as a single bit This makes the findprotocol() function work as intended so that libcurl can properly be restricted to not support HTTP while still supporting HTTPS - since the HTTPS handler previously set both the HTTP and HTTPS bits in the protocol field. This fixes --proto and --proto-redir for most SSL protocols. This is done by adding a few new convenience defines that groups HTTP and HTTPS, FTP and FTPS etc that should then be used when the code wants to check for both protocols at once. PROTO_FAMILY_[protocol] style. Bug: https://github.com/bagder/curl/pull/97 Reported-by: drizzt Steve Holme (23 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2013 (VC12) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC12 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (23 Apr 2014) - cyassl: Use error-ssl.h when available Versions since at least 2.9.4 renamed error.h to error-ssl.h, so use whichever one is available. Steve Holme (22 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 386ed2d590 Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - gtls: fix NULL pointer dereference gnutls_x509_crt_import() must not be called with a NULL certificate Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0145.html Reported-by: Damian Dixon - curl_global_init_mem: bump initialized even if already initialized As this makes curl_global_init_mem() behave the same way as curl_global_init() already does in that aspect - the same number of curl_global_cleanup() calls is then required to again decrease the counter and then eventually do the cleanup. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1362 Reported-by: Tristan Kamil Dudka (22 Apr 2014) - nss: implement non-blocking SSL handshake - nss: split Curl_nss_connect() into 4 functions Dan Fandrich (22 Apr 2014) - tests: Fixed torture test for tests 1526 & 1527 Marc Hoersken (22 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: clean up threaded approach and add documentation - sockfilt.c: zero initialize variable - sockfilt.c: fixed getting stuck waiting for MinGW stdin pipe Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - configure: use the nghttp2 path correctly with pkg-config When --with-nghttp2 was used (without a given path), the PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR varialbe could get clobbered and ruin a proper detection of the library. Reported-by: Dilyan Palauzov Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0159.html - [Dilyan Palauzov brought this change] configure: fix wrong comment copy and paste error Steve Holme (21 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed output name for Release builds in VC10 and VC11 Marc Hoersken (20 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: properly handle disk files, pipes and character input - sockfilt.c: ignore non-key-events and continue waiting for input - sockfilt.c: free memory in case of memory allocation errors - multi.c: fix possible invalid memory access in case nfds overflows ufds might not be allocated in case nfds overflows to zero while extra_nfds is still non-zero. udfs is then accessed within the extra_nfds-based for loop. - netrc.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers - parsedate.c: check sscanf result before passing it to strlen - telnet.c: check sscanf results before passing them to snprintf - telnet.c: fix possible use of uninitialized variable - telnet.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen Follow up on b0e742544be22ede33206a597b22682e51e0c676 - tool_writeout.c: initialize string pointer variable - tool_formparse.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen - connect.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers In case the first address in the tempaddr array is NULL, the code would previously dereference an unchecked null pointer. - tftp.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer - tool_urlglob.c: added some comments to clarify for loop conditions I was tempted to change those to >= 0 until I saw that this is actually a for loop that terminates once i underflows. - socks_sspi.c: added pointer guards to FreeContextBuffer calls The FreeContextBuffer SAL declaration does not declare the pointer as optional, therefore it must not be NULL. - md5.c: fix use of uninitialized variable - curl_schannel.c: added explicit cast of structure pointers - curl_schannel.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer Steve Holme (18 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 33e0cba8f1 - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP PARTIAL FETCH example - imap: Extended FETCH support to include PARTIAL URL specifier - url.c: Fixed typo in comment - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP query string examples - test810: Updated to use new IMAP URL query string functionality - imap: Expanded mailbox SEARCH support to use URL query strings - imap: Added support for parsing URL query strings Added support for parsing query strings from the URL as defined by RFC-5092. - imap: Introduced the SEARCH state - imap: Fixed untagged response detection when no data after command Should a command return untagged responses that contained no data then the imap_matchresp() function would not detect them as valid responses, as it wasn't taking the CRLF characters into account at the end of each line. - build: Added Visual Studio 2012 (VC11) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC11 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Corrected Visual Studio solutions for DLL Release x64 Daniel Stenberg (17 Apr 2014) - README.http2: mention some alt-svc thoughts Steve Holme (16 Apr 2014) - Makefile.am: Missed separator in commit fbaa2f8660 - build: Added Visual Studio 2010 (VC10) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC10 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (14 Apr 2014) - url: only use if_nametoindex() if IFNAMSIZ is available - symbian: fixed typo in comment Steve Holme (9 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2008 (VC9) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9, added VC9 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - sas: Added DIGEST-MD5 qop-option validation in native challange handling Given that we presently support "auth" and not "auth-int" or "auth-conf" for native challenge-response messages, added client side validation of the quality-of-protection options from the server's challenge message. Daniel Stenberg (8 Apr 2014) - dist: include the projects/ files in releases ... the recent MSVC project files added by Steve Holme - strerror: fix comment about vxworks' strerror_r buffer size Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0063.html Reported-by: Jeroen Koekkoek Steve Holme (6 Apr 2014) - sasl: Added forward declaration of structures following recent changes To avoid urldata.h being included from the header file or that the source file has the correct include order as highlighted by one of the auto builds recently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 5cdb61abb2 - tests: Disabled DIGEST-MD5 tests when running with SSPI enabled - sasl: Fixed compilation warning warning: no previous prototype for 'Curl_sasl_create_digest_md5_message' - sasl: Added curl_memory.h include as per test 1132 - sasl: Fixed compilation warning in SSPI builds warning: 'sasl_digest_get_key_value' defined but not used - sasl: Corrected missing free of decoded challenge message from 607883f13c - sasl: Corrected add of Curl_sasl_decode_digest_md5_message() from 2c49e96092 - sasl: Post DIGEST-MD5 SSPI code tidy up * Added comments to SSPI NTLM message generation * Added comments to native DIGEST-MD5 code * Removed redundant identity pointer - sasl: Corrected pre-processor inclusion of SSPI based DIGEST-MD5 code When CURL_DISABLE_CRYPTO_AUTH is defined the DIGEST-MD5 code should not be included, regardless of whether USE__WINDOWS_SSPI is defined or not. This is indicated by the definition of USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE and USE_NTLM in curl_setup.h. - sasl: Added support for DIGEST-MD5 via Windows SSPI - http_negotiate_sspi: Fixed compilation when USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE not defined - Makefile.vc6: Added curl_sasl_sspi.c - Makefile.vc6: Follow up fix to commit 45d3f00803 - ntlm: Moved the identity generation into shared SSPI code - sasl: Renamed SSPI module following short name clash - sasl: Added initial stub functions for SSPI DIGEST-MD support - sasl: Combined DIGEST-MD5 message decoding and generation Marc Hoersken (5 Apr 2014) - Makefile.vc6: added warnless.c to fix build Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Updated the VC++ make instructions following commit 11025613b9 * Added information regarding the February 2003 Platform SDK for VC6 * Updated the introduction to be similar to the IDE projects README Daniel Stenberg (5 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with current nghttp2, which supports h2-11 Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Added Visual Studio 2005 (VC8) project files Added a more thorough version of the VC8 project files that exist in the "vs" folder with the intention to add support for other versions of Visual Studio. These files support side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (4 Apr 2014) - curl_easy_setopt: fix wrong version number references - docs: this is for 7.37.0 And clarify for curl that --proxy-header now must be used for headers that are meant for a proxy, and they will not be included if the request is not for a proxy. - PROXYHEADER: send these headers in "normal" proxy requests too Updated the docs to clarify and the code accordingly, with test 1528 to verify: When CURLHEADER_SEPARATE is set and libcurl is asked to send a request to a proxy but it isn't CONNECT, then _both_ header lists (CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER and CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER) will be used since the single request is then made for both the proxy and the server. - test1428: verify --proxy-header - curl.1: documented --proxy-header - [Maciej Puzio brought this change] curl: add --proxy-header - symbols-in-versions: Added CURLHEADER_* ... and sorted the list - CURLOPT_HEADEROPT: added Modified the logic so that CURLOPT_HEADEROPT now controls if PROXYHEADER is actually used or not. - CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER: set headers for proxy-only Includes docs and new test cases: 1525, 1526 and 1527 Co-written-by: Vijay Panghal - HTTP: don't send Content-Length: 0 _and_ Expect: 100-continue Without request body there's no point in asking for 100-continue. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1349 Reported-by: JimS - ftp: in passive data connect wait for happy eyeballs sockets When doing passive FTP, the multi state function needs to extract and use the happy eyeballs sockets to wait for to check for completion! Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0135.html (ruined) Reported-by: Alan - http2+openssl: fix compiler warnings in ALPN using code Dan Fandrich (3 Apr 2014) - tests: unified use of some keywords - tests: added some missing closing tags Daniel Stenberg (3 Apr 2014) - runtests: insist on a <keywords> section Since all present tests now have <keywords> listed, this script will now refuse to run a given test case if no such section is provided. Hopefully this will help us make sure new test cases get keywords added at start. - tests: add keywords to the last 7 tests lacking them Steve Holme (1 Apr 2014) - smtp: Fixed login denied with a RFC-821 based server In addition to commit fe260b75e7 fixed the same issue for RFC-821 based SMTP servers and allow the credientials to be given to curl even though they are not used with the server. - tests: Added SMTP with credientials test when not supported by server Daniel Stenberg (1 Apr 2014) - urldata: spellfix comment Reported-by: Melissa Steve Holme (31 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with dd07e79023 - tests: Added SMTP with credentials test for RFC-821 based server Added SMTP (RFC-821 only) based test case as a reference for the fix provided by commit fe260b75e7. Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - ipv6: strip off zone identifiers in redirects too Follow up to 9317eced984 makes test 1056 work again. Dan Fandrich (31 Mar 2014) - docs: Removed mention of -g hack when using IPv6 literals This limitation was removed in commit 0bc4938e Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - http2: let openssl mention the exact protocol negotiated Remove a superfluous "negotiated http2" info line - http2: remove _DRAFT09 from the NPN_HTTP2 enum We're progressing throught drafts so there's no point in having a fixed one in a symbol that'll survive. - [Till Maas brought this change] URL parser: IPv6 zone identifiers are now supported - [Paul Marks brought this change] curl: stop interpreting IPv6 literals as glob patterns. This makes it possible to fetch from an IPv6 literal without specifying the -g option. Globbing remains available elsehwere in the URL. For example: curl http://[::1]/file[1-3].txt This creates no ambiguity, because there is no overlap between the syntax of valid globs and valid IPv6 literals. Globs contain hyphens and at most 1 colon, while IPv6 literals have no hyphens, and at least 2 colons. The peek_ipv6() parser simply whitelists a set of characters and counts colons, because the real validation happens later on. The character set includes A-Z, in case someone decides to implement support for scopes like [fe80::1%25eth0] in the future. Signed-off-by: Paul Marks <pmarks@google.com> Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - test938: Updated to use file input for upload As the second URL won't be passed input from stdin. - test836: Fixed incorrect username in expected output Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - DISABLED: 836, 882 and 938 hang - runtests: check protocol before data When the protocol part fails, the data usually does too but the protocol part is often more fundamental and often provide the clues you need to fix the test case. Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Extended the full text reply regular expression Extended the regex to include other valid characters such as those used in the reply text of Test 836. Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - keywords: sort case insensitive - tests: remove trailing CRs from keywords - keywords: sort keywords alphabetically - keywords: don't use STDERR for good info Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - tests: Added email unit tests to verify login credential connection re-use - tests: Corrected "APOP" authentication keyword - tests: Replaced email authentication keywords with SASL based keywords As the email protocols implement SASL authentication rather than IMAP, POP3 and SMTP specific authentication, updated the authentication keywords to reflect this. - tests: Added "Clear Text" authentication keyword - tests: Added "SASL" authentication keyword - imap-append.c: Fixed compilation errors on some platforms In the initializer for len, there is no prototype for "strlen". In this statement, there is no prototype for "memcpy". - ftpserver.pl: Removed some unused variables - ftpserver.pl: Reworked some variable names to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Corrected some indentation in senddata() Daniel Stenberg (29 Mar 2014) - lib1513: fix callback proto to silence warning Steve Holme (29 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Added fallback to <data> support when using multiple URLs Added support for falling back to <data> when <data1>, <data2>, etc... don't exist in the <reply> section of a unit test. - ftpserver.pl: Updated email based get reply data code to use new method - ftpserver.pl: Fixed syntax error from commit 3a29ee41 - ftpserver.pl: Updated argument code in STATUS_imap() to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Introduced common method for getting a test's reply data - smtp: Fixed login denied when server doesn't support AUTH capability Specifying user credentials when the SMTP server doesn't support authentication would cause curl to display "No known authentication mechanisms supported!" and return CURLE_LOGIN_DENIED. Reported-by: Tom Sparrow Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-03/0173.html Daniel Stenberg (28 Mar 2014) - [Cody Mack brought this change] winbuild: added warnless.c to fix build Dan Fandrich (26 Mar 2014) - hostcheck: added a system include to define struct in_addr - test1397: Fixed compilation with some SSL backends The test is only valid when one of four SSL backends is in use, and must otherwise return success. - test815/816: Use authentication for both URLs The improved connection reuse logic would otherwise create a new connection for each one, which isn't supported by the test server, nor expected by the test. Daniel Stenberg (26 Mar 2014) - mkhelp: generate code for --disable-manual as well This allows configure --disable-manual to run and build without having to regenerate the src/tool_hugehelp.c file which otherwise is necessary since we ship tarballs with that file present. Reported-by: Remi Gacogne Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1350 - bump: start the 7.37.0 race
libcurl-7.37.0-2.oc00 (08/09/2014)
Repository: Netlabs stable
_ _ ____ _ ___| | | | _ \| | / __| | | | |_) | | | (__| |_| | _ <| |___ \___|\___/|_| \_\_____| Changelog Version 7.37.0 (20 May 2014) Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - THANKS: 18 new contributors for 7.37.0 - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 85f4075bdbf3 Possibly the final update before release... Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - README: Added some outstanding tasks to the TODO list Added a couple of outstanding tasks to the TODO section that we didn't get time to do before the release. Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - http2: make connection re-use work Http2 connections would wrongly get closed after each individual request. Co-authored-by: Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1374 - [Fabian Frank brought this change] ALPN: fix typo in http/1.1 identifier According to https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-applayerprotoneg-05 it is "http/1.1" and not "http/1.0". Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - build-openssl.bat: Added check for OpenSSL source directory - build-openssl.bat: Added default source directory when not specified Added a default source directory so the user doesn't have to specify one - the same as that, which the Visual Studio project files expect the OpenSSL dependencies to be in. - Makefile.am: Fixed missing / in VC10+ project file generation - INSTALL: Updated MSVC 6 caveats To use an up to date download link as well as remove duplicate information. - INSTALL: Updated for new Visual Studio project files - build: Slight rename of new LIB_* makefile file variables In order to try and be consistent between curl and libcurl renamed the recently introduced LIB_* makefile file variables. - build: Removed old Visual Studio project files Daniel Stenberg (18 May 2014) - maketgz: two more CRLF grrr, missed them in my previous fix - test1014: GSS-API is only in curl-config. not in curl Follow-up to commit 121bcfee5d1. curl-config --features now lists GSS-API but it is not a listed feature in curl -V. This should probably be synchronized. - test1134: verify CREDSPERREQUEST for HTTP Verifies that the change in 68f0166a92 works as intended and that different HTTP auth credentials to the same host still re-uses the connection properly. - maketgz: remove CRLF newlines Steve Holme (18 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Corrected a couple of grammar errors - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for curl tool - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - [Daniel Stenberg brought this change] maketgz: run make vc-ide before make dist To get the VC project files generated before packaging! - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for libcurl - Makefile.am: Removed old Visual Studio project file generation Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 831f6dd1d986c9 Steve Holme (17 May 2014) - build: Fixed another tabulation issue in the Visual Studio file generator Dan Fandrich (17 May 2014) - axtls: Fixed too long source line Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - configure: add GSS-API to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1344 Reported-by: Michael Osipov - configure: add SPNEGO to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1343 Reported-by: Michael Osipov Dan Fandrich (16 May 2014) - axtls: Add a TODO to a potential blocking call with no timeout Daniel Stenberg (16 May 2014) - curl_easy_getinfo.3: clarify CURLINFO_SIZE_DOWNLOAD It counts "body" data only, no meta data, no headers. - curl_easy_setopt.3: prefer XFERINFOFUNCTION to PROGRESSFUNCTION - HTTP: CREDSPERREQUEST is for HTTP too Commit 517b06d657ace (in 7.36.0) that brought the CREDSPERREQUEST flag only set it for HTTPS, making HTTP less good at doing connection re-use than it should be. Now set it for HTTP as well. Simple test case "curl -v -u foo:bar localhost --next -u bar:foo localhos" Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0127.html Reported-by: Kamil Dudka - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 53a5b95c21586 - CURLINFO_SSL_VERIFYRESULT: assign at first connect call The variable wasn't assigned at all until step3 which would lead to a failed connect never assigning the variable and thus returning a bad value. Reported-by: Larry Lin Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0203.html - timers: fix timer regression involving redirects / reconnects In commit 0b3750b5c23c25f (released in 7.36.0) we fixed a timeout issue but instead broke the timings. To fix this, I introduce a new timestamp to use for the timeouts and restored the previous timestamp and timestamp position so that the old timer functionality is restored. In addition to that, that change also broke connection timeouts for when more than one connect was used (as it would then count the total time from the first connect and not for the most recent one). Now Curl_timeleft() has been modified so that it checks against different start times depending on which timeout it checks. Test 1303 is updated accordingly. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0147.html Reported-by: Ryan Braud Steve Holme (15 May 2014) - darwinssl: Updated copyright following recent changes Nick Zitzmann (14 May 2014) - darwinssl: fix potential crash when attempting to copy an identity from a P12 file This could've happened if SecPKCS12Import() returned noErr _and_ no identity. Steve Holme (12 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 52d16c84d2 Daniel Stenberg (12 May 2014) - openssl: unbreak PKCS12 support Regression introduced in ce362e8eb9c (7.31.0) Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1371 Reported-by: Dmitry Steve Holme (11 May 2014) - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - build: Fixed some tabulation issues in the Visual Studio file generator - tests: Fixed up DIGEST-MD5 tests following commit 8342b6e1dc - sasl: Fixed missing qop in the client's challenge-response message Whilst the qop directive isn't required to be present in a client's response, as servers should assume a qop of "auth" if it isn't specified, some may return authentication failure if it is missing. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - Makefile.inc: Separated the lib and lib/vtls source file variables To cater for the automatic generation of the new Visual Studio project files, moved the lib file list into a separated variable so that lib and lib/vtls can be referenced independently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 0ab2c444b5 - Makefile.b32: Fixed for vtls changes Follow up fix to commits a47c142a88, 11e8066ef9 and 92b9ae5c5d. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0025.html Reported and assisted by: Jon Torrey Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - lib1506: make sure the transfers are not within the same ms Just to make sure the test is properly repeatable. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0081.html Reported-by: Henrik - libtests: add a wait_ms() function This allows a libcurl test to portably sleep for a given number of milliseconds. Steve Holme (9 May 2014) - tool_operate.c: Fixed TAB is white space from commit 5b8ae0a985 - tool_urlglob.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warnings An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - getinfo.c: Fixed compilation warning The indicated statement is not reachable. Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - CONTRIBUTE: mention our Bug/Reported-by commit style Kamil Dudka (9 May 2014) - http: avoid auth failure on a duplicated header ... 'WWW-Authenticate: Negotiate' received from server Reported by: David Woodhouse Bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1093348 Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - cacertinmem: fix memory leak While "just" an example it still isn't nice to leak memory. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1368 Fixed-by: Marko - TODO: firefox will soon support SSL (HTTPS) to proxy Dan Fandrich (9 May 2014) - test87: Get rid of extraneous square brackets in tag Daniel Stenberg (8 May 2014) - [Patrick Watson brought this change] mk-ca-bundle: added -p -p takes a list of Mozilla trust purposes and levels for certificates to include in output. Takes the form of a comma separated list of purposes, a colon, and a comma separated list of levels. - FAQ: Added 5.18 Does libcurl use threads? Dan Fandrich (7 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Added contributor - [Aaro Koskinen brought this change] configure: Don't set LD_LIBRARY_PATH when cross-compiling Most of LD_LIBRARY_PATH adjustments are already guarded, but not all. The patch fixes cross-compilation failure when libidn is present. Steve Holme (7 May 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 Now nghttp2_submit_request returns assigned stream ID, we don't have to check stream ID using before_stream_send_callback. The adjust_priority_callback was removed. - curl.1: Added missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - tool_help: Fixed missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - url.c: Fixed compilation warning/error Depending on compiler line 3505 could generate the following warning or error: * warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code * A declaration cannot appear after an executable statement in a block * error C2275: 'size_t' : illegal use of this type as an expression - TODO: Fixed some spelling mistakes - TODO: Add support for concurrent connections in ftpserver.pl - build: Fixed file format version number in VC12 solution files Unlike previous versions of Visual Studio the VC12 solution file format does not increment the format version number, but instead, only changes the version comment text. This incorrectly set version number would cause problems for any third party piece of software that would read the solution file expecting the version number to be 12.00 and found it to be 13.00, such as some build accelerators. Verified against a freshly created solution file which was generated with VC12. - [Ivo Bellin Salarin brought this change] build-openssl.bat: Corrected use of angled brackets in help output Angled brackets were used in the help output to indicate that the compiler and platform arguments are mandatory. Unfortunately this caused a "< was unexpected at this time" error as the characters are interpreted as re-direction characters when not escaped. Dan Fandrich (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: changed encoding to UTF-8 Daniel Stenberg (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 5de8d84098db1bd2 - fix_hostname: strip off a single trailing dot from host name Primarily for SNI, we need the host name without a trailing dot. "https://www.example.com." resolves fine but fails on SNI unless the dot is removed. Reported-by: Leon Winter Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0161.html - curl: bail on cookie use when built with disabled cookies - [Daniel Johnson brought this change] Enable poll on darwin13 Poll has long been broken on Mac OS X. Starting with 10.9 (darwin13) it now works correctly so this patch enables it there. - curl_easy_setopt.3: added the proto for CURLOPT_SSH_KNOWNHOSTS Dan Fandrich (5 May 2014) - tests: Use standard libtest return codes when relevant - test1513: Don't return an uninitialized variable on init failure Daniel Stenberg (5 May 2014) - [Jeff King brought this change] curl_multi_cleanup: ignore SIGPIPE better When looping and closing each individual connection left open, the SIGPIPE ignoring was not done and could thus lead to death by signal 13. Bug: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/238242 - TODO: the FTP HOST command is now in RFC 7151 - TODO: Update date and version in man pages Mentioned in bug #1342 - schannel: don't use the connect-timeout during send As there's a default connection timeout and this wrongly used the connection timeout during a transfer after the connection is completed, this function would trigger timeouts during transfers erroneously. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1352 Figured-out-by: Radu Simionescu - mprintf: allow %.s with data not being zero terminated If the precision is indeed shorter than the string, don't strlen() to find the end because that's not how the precision operator works. I also added a unit test for curl_msnprintf to make sure this works and that the fix doesn't a few other basic use cases. I found a POSIX compliance problem that I marked TODO in the unit test, and I figure we need to add more tests in the future. Reported-by: Török Edwin Steve Holme (4 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 4febbedc5a - curl_ntlm_core: Fixed use of long long for VC6 and VC7 Commit 07b66cbfa4 unfortunately broke native NTLM message support in compilers, such as VC6, VC7 and others, that don't support long long type declarations. This commit fixes VC6 and VC7 as they support the __int64 extension, however, we should consider an additional fix for other compilers that don't support this. - config-win32.h: Fixed HAVE_LONGLONG for Visual Studio .NET 2003 and up Fixed the HAVE_LONGLONG declaration as long long is supported in Visual Studio .NET 2003 (VC7.1) onwards. Daniel Stenberg (4 May 2014) - openssl: biomem->data is not zero terminated So printf(%s) on it or reading before bounds checking is wrong, fixing it. Could previously lead to reading out of boundary. Reported-by: Török Edwin - BUILD.WINDOWS: update URL for windows prereqs - easy_perform: spelling mistake in error message Steve Holme (1 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Added build-openssl.bat as README file references it Missed in commit dce748d3f1. - build: Fixed Visual Studio project file generator missing some files As of commit 6cdd88f22c the Visual Studio project file generator would skip the first and last file from each group of files. - build: Added OpenSSL VC build helper for side-by-side compilations - build: Added Visual Studio 2003 .NET (VC7.1) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7.1 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (1 May 2014) - test585: Fixed NULL pointer dereference in fopen Steve Holme (30 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed generation when source file names contain spaces This shouldn't happen with the source files in the repository, but fixed the output when there are spurious files lying around that contain spaces. For example "pop3 - Copy.c" By including the offending source file in the project files the user can then see the file and remove it if necessary. - build: Added VC7 and VC7.1 support to the project file generator Note: VC7.1 templates are currently not available. - build: Added VC6 and VC12 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC11 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC9 and VC10 support to the project file generator - build: Added Visual Studio project file generator Added a batch file for generating the Visual Studio project files from the new template files. - copyright: Updated following recent edits Dan Fandrich (29 Apr 2014) - runtests.pl: Improved the check for a crash during torture tests - Added a few more const where possible - unit1395: Fixed null pointer dereference on torture test Daniel Stenberg (27 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 commit 6d5f40238028f2d8c (Apr 27) or later nghttp2 is now required Steve Holme (27 Apr 2014) - build: Added other VC6 output files to the .gitignore list - build: Corrected libcurl PDB file name for x64 builds in VC8 through VC12 - build: Added Visual Studio .NET (VC7) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Added Visual Studio 6.0 (VC6) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added a more thorough version of the VC6 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (26 Apr 2014) - INFILESIZE: fields in UserDefined must not be changed run-time set.infilesize in this case was modified in several places, which could lead to repeated requests using the same handle to get unintendent/wrong consequences based on what the previous request did! Kamil Dudka (25 Apr 2014) - nss: propagate blocking direction from NSPR I/O ... during the non-blocking SSL handshake Daniel Stenberg (23 Apr 2014) - test325: verify --proto-redir https=>http - handler: make 'protocol' always specified as a single bit This makes the findprotocol() function work as intended so that libcurl can properly be restricted to not support HTTP while still supporting HTTPS - since the HTTPS handler previously set both the HTTP and HTTPS bits in the protocol field. This fixes --proto and --proto-redir for most SSL protocols. This is done by adding a few new convenience defines that groups HTTP and HTTPS, FTP and FTPS etc that should then be used when the code wants to check for both protocols at once. PROTO_FAMILY_[protocol] style. Bug: https://github.com/bagder/curl/pull/97 Reported-by: drizzt Steve Holme (23 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2013 (VC12) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC12 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (23 Apr 2014) - cyassl: Use error-ssl.h when available Versions since at least 2.9.4 renamed error.h to error-ssl.h, so use whichever one is available. Steve Holme (22 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 386ed2d590 Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - gtls: fix NULL pointer dereference gnutls_x509_crt_import() must not be called with a NULL certificate Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0145.html Reported-by: Damian Dixon - curl_global_init_mem: bump initialized even if already initialized As this makes curl_global_init_mem() behave the same way as curl_global_init() already does in that aspect - the same number of curl_global_cleanup() calls is then required to again decrease the counter and then eventually do the cleanup. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1362 Reported-by: Tristan Kamil Dudka (22 Apr 2014) - nss: implement non-blocking SSL handshake - nss: split Curl_nss_connect() into 4 functions Dan Fandrich (22 Apr 2014) - tests: Fixed torture test for tests 1526 & 1527 Marc Hoersken (22 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: clean up threaded approach and add documentation - sockfilt.c: zero initialize variable - sockfilt.c: fixed getting stuck waiting for MinGW stdin pipe Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - configure: use the nghttp2 path correctly with pkg-config When --with-nghttp2 was used (without a given path), the PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR varialbe could get clobbered and ruin a proper detection of the library. Reported-by: Dilyan Palauzov Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0159.html - [Dilyan Palauzov brought this change] configure: fix wrong comment copy and paste error Steve Holme (21 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed output name for Release builds in VC10 and VC11 Marc Hoersken (20 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: properly handle disk files, pipes and character input - sockfilt.c: ignore non-key-events and continue waiting for input - sockfilt.c: free memory in case of memory allocation errors - multi.c: fix possible invalid memory access in case nfds overflows ufds might not be allocated in case nfds overflows to zero while extra_nfds is still non-zero. udfs is then accessed within the extra_nfds-based for loop. - netrc.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers - parsedate.c: check sscanf result before passing it to strlen - telnet.c: check sscanf results before passing them to snprintf - telnet.c: fix possible use of uninitialized variable - telnet.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen Follow up on b0e742544be22ede33206a597b22682e51e0c676 - tool_writeout.c: initialize string pointer variable - tool_formparse.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen - connect.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers In case the first address in the tempaddr array is NULL, the code would previously dereference an unchecked null pointer. - tftp.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer - tool_urlglob.c: added some comments to clarify for loop conditions I was tempted to change those to >= 0 until I saw that this is actually a for loop that terminates once i underflows. - socks_sspi.c: added pointer guards to FreeContextBuffer calls The FreeContextBuffer SAL declaration does not declare the pointer as optional, therefore it must not be NULL. - md5.c: fix use of uninitialized variable - curl_schannel.c: added explicit cast of structure pointers - curl_schannel.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer Steve Holme (18 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 33e0cba8f1 - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP PARTIAL FETCH example - imap: Extended FETCH support to include PARTIAL URL specifier - url.c: Fixed typo in comment - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP query string examples - test810: Updated to use new IMAP URL query string functionality - imap: Expanded mailbox SEARCH support to use URL query strings - imap: Added support for parsing URL query strings Added support for parsing query strings from the URL as defined by RFC-5092. - imap: Introduced the SEARCH state - imap: Fixed untagged response detection when no data after command Should a command return untagged responses that contained no data then the imap_matchresp() function would not detect them as valid responses, as it wasn't taking the CRLF characters into account at the end of each line. - build: Added Visual Studio 2012 (VC11) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC11 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Corrected Visual Studio solutions for DLL Release x64 Daniel Stenberg (17 Apr 2014) - README.http2: mention some alt-svc thoughts Steve Holme (16 Apr 2014) - Makefile.am: Missed separator in commit fbaa2f8660 - build: Added Visual Studio 2010 (VC10) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC10 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (14 Apr 2014) - url: only use if_nametoindex() if IFNAMSIZ is available - symbian: fixed typo in comment Steve Holme (9 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2008 (VC9) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9, added VC9 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - sas: Added DIGEST-MD5 qop-option validation in native challange handling Given that we presently support "auth" and not "auth-int" or "auth-conf" for native challenge-response messages, added client side validation of the quality-of-protection options from the server's challenge message. Daniel Stenberg (8 Apr 2014) - dist: include the projects/ files in releases ... the recent MSVC project files added by Steve Holme - strerror: fix comment about vxworks' strerror_r buffer size Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0063.html Reported-by: Jeroen Koekkoek Steve Holme (6 Apr 2014) - sasl: Added forward declaration of structures following recent changes To avoid urldata.h being included from the header file or that the source file has the correct include order as highlighted by one of the auto builds recently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 5cdb61abb2 - tests: Disabled DIGEST-MD5 tests when running with SSPI enabled - sasl: Fixed compilation warning warning: no previous prototype for 'Curl_sasl_create_digest_md5_message' - sasl: Added curl_memory.h include as per test 1132 - sasl: Fixed compilation warning in SSPI builds warning: 'sasl_digest_get_key_value' defined but not used - sasl: Corrected missing free of decoded challenge message from 607883f13c - sasl: Corrected add of Curl_sasl_decode_digest_md5_message() from 2c49e96092 - sasl: Post DIGEST-MD5 SSPI code tidy up * Added comments to SSPI NTLM message generation * Added comments to native DIGEST-MD5 code * Removed redundant identity pointer - sasl: Corrected pre-processor inclusion of SSPI based DIGEST-MD5 code When CURL_DISABLE_CRYPTO_AUTH is defined the DIGEST-MD5 code should not be included, regardless of whether USE__WINDOWS_SSPI is defined or not. This is indicated by the definition of USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE and USE_NTLM in curl_setup.h. - sasl: Added support for DIGEST-MD5 via Windows SSPI - http_negotiate_sspi: Fixed compilation when USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE not defined - Makefile.vc6: Added curl_sasl_sspi.c - Makefile.vc6: Follow up fix to commit 45d3f00803 - ntlm: Moved the identity generation into shared SSPI code - sasl: Renamed SSPI module following short name clash - sasl: Added initial stub functions for SSPI DIGEST-MD support - sasl: Combined DIGEST-MD5 message decoding and generation Marc Hoersken (5 Apr 2014) - Makefile.vc6: added warnless.c to fix build Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Updated the VC++ make instructions following commit 11025613b9 * Added information regarding the February 2003 Platform SDK for VC6 * Updated the introduction to be similar to the IDE projects README Daniel Stenberg (5 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with current nghttp2, which supports h2-11 Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Added Visual Studio 2005 (VC8) project files Added a more thorough version of the VC8 project files that exist in the "vs" folder with the intention to add support for other versions of Visual Studio. These files support side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (4 Apr 2014) - curl_easy_setopt: fix wrong version number references - docs: this is for 7.37.0 And clarify for curl that --proxy-header now must be used for headers that are meant for a proxy, and they will not be included if the request is not for a proxy. - PROXYHEADER: send these headers in "normal" proxy requests too Updated the docs to clarify and the code accordingly, with test 1528 to verify: When CURLHEADER_SEPARATE is set and libcurl is asked to send a request to a proxy but it isn't CONNECT, then _both_ header lists (CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER and CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER) will be used since the single request is then made for both the proxy and the server. - test1428: verify --proxy-header - curl.1: documented --proxy-header - [Maciej Puzio brought this change] curl: add --proxy-header - symbols-in-versions: Added CURLHEADER_* ... and sorted the list - CURLOPT_HEADEROPT: added Modified the logic so that CURLOPT_HEADEROPT now controls if PROXYHEADER is actually used or not. - CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER: set headers for proxy-only Includes docs and new test cases: 1525, 1526 and 1527 Co-written-by: Vijay Panghal - HTTP: don't send Content-Length: 0 _and_ Expect: 100-continue Without request body there's no point in asking for 100-continue. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1349 Reported-by: JimS - ftp: in passive data connect wait for happy eyeballs sockets When doing passive FTP, the multi state function needs to extract and use the happy eyeballs sockets to wait for to check for completion! Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0135.html (ruined) Reported-by: Alan - http2+openssl: fix compiler warnings in ALPN using code Dan Fandrich (3 Apr 2014) - tests: unified use of some keywords - tests: added some missing closing tags Daniel Stenberg (3 Apr 2014) - runtests: insist on a <keywords> section Since all present tests now have <keywords> listed, this script will now refuse to run a given test case if no such section is provided. Hopefully this will help us make sure new test cases get keywords added at start. - tests: add keywords to the last 7 tests lacking them Steve Holme (1 Apr 2014) - smtp: Fixed login denied with a RFC-821 based server In addition to commit fe260b75e7 fixed the same issue for RFC-821 based SMTP servers and allow the credientials to be given to curl even though they are not used with the server. - tests: Added SMTP with credientials test when not supported by server Daniel Stenberg (1 Apr 2014) - urldata: spellfix comment Reported-by: Melissa Steve Holme (31 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with dd07e79023 - tests: Added SMTP with credentials test for RFC-821 based server Added SMTP (RFC-821 only) based test case as a reference for the fix provided by commit fe260b75e7. Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - ipv6: strip off zone identifiers in redirects too Follow up to 9317eced984 makes test 1056 work again. Dan Fandrich (31 Mar 2014) - docs: Removed mention of -g hack when using IPv6 literals This limitation was removed in commit 0bc4938e Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - http2: let openssl mention the exact protocol negotiated Remove a superfluous "negotiated http2" info line - http2: remove _DRAFT09 from the NPN_HTTP2 enum We're progressing throught drafts so there's no point in having a fixed one in a symbol that'll survive. - [Till Maas brought this change] URL parser: IPv6 zone identifiers are now supported - [Paul Marks brought this change] curl: stop interpreting IPv6 literals as glob patterns. This makes it possible to fetch from an IPv6 literal without specifying the -g option. Globbing remains available elsehwere in the URL. For example: curl http://[::1]/file[1-3].txt This creates no ambiguity, because there is no overlap between the syntax of valid globs and valid IPv6 literals. Globs contain hyphens and at most 1 colon, while IPv6 literals have no hyphens, and at least 2 colons. The peek_ipv6() parser simply whitelists a set of characters and counts colons, because the real validation happens later on. The character set includes A-Z, in case someone decides to implement support for scopes like [fe80::1%25eth0] in the future. Signed-off-by: Paul Marks <pmarks@google.com> Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - test938: Updated to use file input for upload As the second URL won't be passed input from stdin. - test836: Fixed incorrect username in expected output Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - DISABLED: 836, 882 and 938 hang - runtests: check protocol before data When the protocol part fails, the data usually does too but the protocol part is often more fundamental and often provide the clues you need to fix the test case. Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Extended the full text reply regular expression Extended the regex to include other valid characters such as those used in the reply text of Test 836. Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - keywords: sort case insensitive - tests: remove trailing CRs from keywords - keywords: sort keywords alphabetically - keywords: don't use STDERR for good info Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - tests: Added email unit tests to verify login credential connection re-use - tests: Corrected "APOP" authentication keyword - tests: Replaced email authentication keywords with SASL based keywords As the email protocols implement SASL authentication rather than IMAP, POP3 and SMTP specific authentication, updated the authentication keywords to reflect this. - tests: Added "Clear Text" authentication keyword - tests: Added "SASL" authentication keyword - imap-append.c: Fixed compilation errors on some platforms In the initializer for len, there is no prototype for "strlen". In this statement, there is no prototype for "memcpy". - ftpserver.pl: Removed some unused variables - ftpserver.pl: Reworked some variable names to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Corrected some indentation in senddata() Daniel Stenberg (29 Mar 2014) - lib1513: fix callback proto to silence warning Steve Holme (29 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Added fallback to <data> support when using multiple URLs Added support for falling back to <data> when <data1>, <data2>, etc... don't exist in the <reply> section of a unit test. - ftpserver.pl: Updated email based get reply data code to use new method - ftpserver.pl: Fixed syntax error from commit 3a29ee41 - ftpserver.pl: Updated argument code in STATUS_imap() to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Introduced common method for getting a test's reply data - smtp: Fixed login denied when server doesn't support AUTH capability Specifying user credentials when the SMTP server doesn't support authentication would cause curl to display "No known authentication mechanisms supported!" and return CURLE_LOGIN_DENIED. Reported-by: Tom Sparrow Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-03/0173.html Daniel Stenberg (28 Mar 2014) - [Cody Mack brought this change] winbuild: added warnless.c to fix build Dan Fandrich (26 Mar 2014) - hostcheck: added a system include to define struct in_addr - test1397: Fixed compilation with some SSL backends The test is only valid when one of four SSL backends is in use, and must otherwise return success. - test815/816: Use authentication for both URLs The improved connection reuse logic would otherwise create a new connection for each one, which isn't supported by the test server, nor expected by the test. Daniel Stenberg (26 Mar 2014) - mkhelp: generate code for --disable-manual as well This allows configure --disable-manual to run and build without having to regenerate the src/tool_hugehelp.c file which otherwise is necessary since we ship tarballs with that file present. Reported-by: Remi Gacogne Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1350 - bump: start the 7.37.0 race
libcurl-devel-7.37.0-2.oc00 (08/09/2014)
Repository: Netlabs stable (note: development files, not needed by the end user)
_ _ ____ _ ___| | | | _ \| | / __| | | | |_) | | | (__| |_| | _ <| |___ \___|\___/|_| \_\_____| Changelog Version 7.37.0 (20 May 2014) Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - THANKS: 18 new contributors for 7.37.0 - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 85f4075bdbf3 Possibly the final update before release... Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - README: Added some outstanding tasks to the TODO list Added a couple of outstanding tasks to the TODO section that we didn't get time to do before the release. Daniel Stenberg (20 May 2014) - http2: make connection re-use work Http2 connections would wrongly get closed after each individual request. Co-authored-by: Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1374 - [Fabian Frank brought this change] ALPN: fix typo in http/1.1 identifier According to https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-applayerprotoneg-05 it is "http/1.1" and not "http/1.0". Steve Holme (20 May 2014) - build-openssl.bat: Added check for OpenSSL source directory - build-openssl.bat: Added default source directory when not specified Added a default source directory so the user doesn't have to specify one - the same as that, which the Visual Studio project files expect the OpenSSL dependencies to be in. - Makefile.am: Fixed missing / in VC10+ project file generation - INSTALL: Updated MSVC 6 caveats To use an up to date download link as well as remove duplicate information. - INSTALL: Updated for new Visual Studio project files - build: Slight rename of new LIB_* makefile file variables In order to try and be consistent between curl and libcurl renamed the recently introduced LIB_* makefile file variables. - build: Removed old Visual Studio project files Daniel Stenberg (18 May 2014) - maketgz: two more CRLF grrr, missed them in my previous fix - test1014: GSS-API is only in curl-config. not in curl Follow-up to commit 121bcfee5d1. curl-config --features now lists GSS-API but it is not a listed feature in curl -V. This should probably be synchronized. - test1134: verify CREDSPERREQUEST for HTTP Verifies that the change in 68f0166a92 works as intended and that different HTTP auth credentials to the same host still re-uses the connection properly. - maketgz: remove CRLF newlines Steve Holme (18 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Corrected a couple of grammar errors - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for curl tool - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - [Daniel Stenberg brought this change] maketgz: run make vc-ide before make dist To get the VC project files generated before packaging! - Makefile.am: Added new Visual Studio project file generation for libcurl - Makefile.am: Removed old Visual Studio project file generation Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 831f6dd1d986c9 Steve Holme (17 May 2014) - build: Fixed another tabulation issue in the Visual Studio file generator Dan Fandrich (17 May 2014) - axtls: Fixed too long source line Daniel Stenberg (17 May 2014) - configure: add GSS-API to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1344 Reported-by: Michael Osipov - configure: add SPNEGO to supported features Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1343 Reported-by: Michael Osipov Dan Fandrich (16 May 2014) - axtls: Add a TODO to a potential blocking call with no timeout Daniel Stenberg (16 May 2014) - curl_easy_getinfo.3: clarify CURLINFO_SIZE_DOWNLOAD It counts "body" data only, no meta data, no headers. - curl_easy_setopt.3: prefer XFERINFOFUNCTION to PROGRESSFUNCTION - HTTP: CREDSPERREQUEST is for HTTP too Commit 517b06d657ace (in 7.36.0) that brought the CREDSPERREQUEST flag only set it for HTTPS, making HTTP less good at doing connection re-use than it should be. Now set it for HTTP as well. Simple test case "curl -v -u foo:bar localhost --next -u bar:foo localhos" Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0127.html Reported-by: Kamil Dudka - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 53a5b95c21586 - CURLINFO_SSL_VERIFYRESULT: assign at first connect call The variable wasn't assigned at all until step3 which would lead to a failed connect never assigning the variable and thus returning a bad value. Reported-by: Larry Lin Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0203.html - timers: fix timer regression involving redirects / reconnects In commit 0b3750b5c23c25f (released in 7.36.0) we fixed a timeout issue but instead broke the timings. To fix this, I introduce a new timestamp to use for the timeouts and restored the previous timestamp and timestamp position so that the old timer functionality is restored. In addition to that, that change also broke connection timeouts for when more than one connect was used (as it would then count the total time from the first connect and not for the most recent one). Now Curl_timeleft() has been modified so that it checks against different start times depending on which timeout it checks. Test 1303 is updated accordingly. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0147.html Reported-by: Ryan Braud Steve Holme (15 May 2014) - darwinssl: Updated copyright following recent changes Nick Zitzmann (14 May 2014) - darwinssl: fix potential crash when attempting to copy an identity from a P12 file This could've happened if SecPKCS12Import() returned noErr _and_ no identity. Steve Holme (12 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 52d16c84d2 Daniel Stenberg (12 May 2014) - openssl: unbreak PKCS12 support Regression introduced in ce362e8eb9c (7.31.0) Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1371 Reported-by: Dmitry Steve Holme (11 May 2014) - Makefile.inc: Added resource file to assist Visual Studio project generation - build: Fixed some tabulation issues in the Visual Studio file generator - tests: Fixed up DIGEST-MD5 tests following commit 8342b6e1dc - sasl: Fixed missing qop in the client's challenge-response message Whilst the qop directive isn't required to be present in a client's response, as servers should assume a qop of "auth" if it isn't specified, some may return authentication failure if it is missing. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - Makefile.inc: Separated the lib and lib/vtls source file variables To cater for the automatic generation of the new Visual Studio project files, moved the lib file list into a separated variable so that lib and lib/vtls can be referenced independently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 0ab2c444b5 - Makefile.b32: Fixed for vtls changes Follow up fix to commits a47c142a88, 11e8066ef9 and 92b9ae5c5d. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0025.html Reported and assisted by: Jon Torrey Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - lib1506: make sure the transfers are not within the same ms Just to make sure the test is properly repeatable. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-05/0081.html Reported-by: Henrik - libtests: add a wait_ms() function This allows a libcurl test to portably sleep for a given number of milliseconds. Steve Holme (9 May 2014) - tool_operate.c: Fixed TAB is white space from commit 5b8ae0a985 - tool_urlglob.c: Fixed compilation warning An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - tool_operate.c: Fixed compilation warnings An enumerated type is mixed with another type. - getinfo.c: Fixed compilation warning The indicated statement is not reachable. Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - CONTRIBUTE: mention our Bug/Reported-by commit style Kamil Dudka (9 May 2014) - http: avoid auth failure on a duplicated header ... 'WWW-Authenticate: Negotiate' received from server Reported by: David Woodhouse Bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1093348 Daniel Stenberg (9 May 2014) - cacertinmem: fix memory leak While "just" an example it still isn't nice to leak memory. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1368 Fixed-by: Marko - TODO: firefox will soon support SSL (HTTPS) to proxy Dan Fandrich (9 May 2014) - test87: Get rid of extraneous square brackets in tag Daniel Stenberg (8 May 2014) - [Patrick Watson brought this change] mk-ca-bundle: added -p -p takes a list of Mozilla trust purposes and levels for certificates to include in output. Takes the form of a comma separated list of purposes, a colon, and a comma separated list of levels. - FAQ: Added 5.18 Does libcurl use threads? Dan Fandrich (7 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Added contributor - [Aaro Koskinen brought this change] configure: Don't set LD_LIBRARY_PATH when cross-compiling Most of LD_LIBRARY_PATH adjustments are already guarded, but not all. The patch fixes cross-compilation failure when libidn is present. Steve Holme (7 May 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 Now nghttp2_submit_request returns assigned stream ID, we don't have to check stream ID using before_stream_send_callback. The adjust_priority_callback was removed. - curl.1: Added missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - tool_help: Fixed missing --login-options option ...and removed ;OPTIONS from --user as that functionality was removed in 7.34.0. - url.c: Fixed compilation warning/error Depending on compiler line 3505 could generate the following warning or error: * warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code * A declaration cannot appear after an executable statement in a block * error C2275: 'size_t' : illegal use of this type as an expression - TODO: Fixed some spelling mistakes - TODO: Add support for concurrent connections in ftpserver.pl - build: Fixed file format version number in VC12 solution files Unlike previous versions of Visual Studio the VC12 solution file format does not increment the format version number, but instead, only changes the version comment text. This incorrectly set version number would cause problems for any third party piece of software that would read the solution file expecting the version number to be 12.00 and found it to be 13.00, such as some build accelerators. Verified against a freshly created solution file which was generated with VC12. - [Ivo Bellin Salarin brought this change] build-openssl.bat: Corrected use of angled brackets in help output Angled brackets were used in the help output to indicate that the compiler and platform arguments are mandatory. Unfortunately this caused a "< was unexpected at this time" error as the characters are interpreted as re-direction characters when not escaped. Dan Fandrich (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: changed encoding to UTF-8 Daniel Stenberg (6 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: synced with 5de8d84098db1bd2 - fix_hostname: strip off a single trailing dot from host name Primarily for SNI, we need the host name without a trailing dot. "https://www.example.com." resolves fine but fails on SNI unless the dot is removed. Reported-by: Leon Winter Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0161.html - curl: bail on cookie use when built with disabled cookies - [Daniel Johnson brought this change] Enable poll on darwin13 Poll has long been broken on Mac OS X. Starting with 10.9 (darwin13) it now works correctly so this patch enables it there. - curl_easy_setopt.3: added the proto for CURLOPT_SSH_KNOWNHOSTS Dan Fandrich (5 May 2014) - tests: Use standard libtest return codes when relevant - test1513: Don't return an uninitialized variable on init failure Daniel Stenberg (5 May 2014) - [Jeff King brought this change] curl_multi_cleanup: ignore SIGPIPE better When looping and closing each individual connection left open, the SIGPIPE ignoring was not done and could thus lead to death by signal 13. Bug: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/238242 - TODO: the FTP HOST command is now in RFC 7151 - TODO: Update date and version in man pages Mentioned in bug #1342 - schannel: don't use the connect-timeout during send As there's a default connection timeout and this wrongly used the connection timeout during a transfer after the connection is completed, this function would trigger timeouts during transfers erroneously. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1352 Figured-out-by: Radu Simionescu - mprintf: allow %.s with data not being zero terminated If the precision is indeed shorter than the string, don't strlen() to find the end because that's not how the precision operator works. I also added a unit test for curl_msnprintf to make sure this works and that the fix doesn't a few other basic use cases. I found a POSIX compliance problem that I marked TODO in the unit test, and I figure we need to add more tests in the future. Reported-by: Török Edwin Steve Holme (4 May 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 4febbedc5a - curl_ntlm_core: Fixed use of long long for VC6 and VC7 Commit 07b66cbfa4 unfortunately broke native NTLM message support in compilers, such as VC6, VC7 and others, that don't support long long type declarations. This commit fixes VC6 and VC7 as they support the __int64 extension, however, we should consider an additional fix for other compilers that don't support this. - config-win32.h: Fixed HAVE_LONGLONG for Visual Studio .NET 2003 and up Fixed the HAVE_LONGLONG declaration as long long is supported in Visual Studio .NET 2003 (VC7.1) onwards. Daniel Stenberg (4 May 2014) - openssl: biomem->data is not zero terminated So printf(%s) on it or reading before bounds checking is wrong, fixing it. Could previously lead to reading out of boundary. Reported-by: Török Edwin - BUILD.WINDOWS: update URL for windows prereqs - easy_perform: spelling mistake in error message Steve Holme (1 May 2014) - Makefile.am: Added build-openssl.bat as README file references it Missed in commit dce748d3f1. - build: Fixed Visual Studio project file generator missing some files As of commit 6cdd88f22c the Visual Studio project file generator would skip the first and last file from each group of files. - build: Added OpenSSL VC build helper for side-by-side compilations - build: Added Visual Studio 2003 .NET (VC7.1) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7.1 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (1 May 2014) - test585: Fixed NULL pointer dereference in fopen Steve Holme (30 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed generation when source file names contain spaces This shouldn't happen with the source files in the repository, but fixed the output when there are spurious files lying around that contain spaces. For example "pop3 - Copy.c" By including the offending source file in the project files the user can then see the file and remove it if necessary. - build: Added VC7 and VC7.1 support to the project file generator Note: VC7.1 templates are currently not available. - build: Added VC6 and VC12 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC11 support to the project file generator - build: Added VC9 and VC10 support to the project file generator - build: Added Visual Studio project file generator Added a batch file for generating the Visual Studio project files from the new template files. - copyright: Updated following recent edits Dan Fandrich (29 Apr 2014) - runtests.pl: Improved the check for a crash during torture tests - Added a few more const where possible - unit1395: Fixed null pointer dereference on torture test Daniel Stenberg (27 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with latest nghttp2 commit 6d5f40238028f2d8c (Apr 27) or later nghttp2 is now required Steve Holme (27 Apr 2014) - build: Added other VC6 output files to the .gitignore list - build: Corrected libcurl PDB file name for x64 builds in VC8 through VC12 - build: Added Visual Studio .NET (VC7) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC7 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Added Visual Studio 6.0 (VC6) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added a more thorough version of the VC6 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (26 Apr 2014) - INFILESIZE: fields in UserDefined must not be changed run-time set.infilesize in this case was modified in several places, which could lead to repeated requests using the same handle to get unintendent/wrong consequences based on what the previous request did! Kamil Dudka (25 Apr 2014) - nss: propagate blocking direction from NSPR I/O ... during the non-blocking SSL handshake Daniel Stenberg (23 Apr 2014) - test325: verify --proto-redir https=>http - handler: make 'protocol' always specified as a single bit This makes the findprotocol() function work as intended so that libcurl can properly be restricted to not support HTTP while still supporting HTTPS - since the HTTPS handler previously set both the HTTP and HTTPS bits in the protocol field. This fixes --proto and --proto-redir for most SSL protocols. This is done by adding a few new convenience defines that groups HTTP and HTTPS, FTP and FTPS etc that should then be used when the code wants to check for both protocols at once. PROTO_FAMILY_[protocol] style. Bug: https://github.com/bagder/curl/pull/97 Reported-by: drizzt Steve Holme (23 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2013 (VC12) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC12 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (23 Apr 2014) - cyassl: Use error-ssl.h when available Versions since at least 2.9.4 renamed error.h to error-ssl.h, so use whichever one is available. Steve Holme (22 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 386ed2d590 Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - gtls: fix NULL pointer dereference gnutls_x509_crt_import() must not be called with a NULL certificate Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0145.html Reported-by: Damian Dixon - curl_global_init_mem: bump initialized even if already initialized As this makes curl_global_init_mem() behave the same way as curl_global_init() already does in that aspect - the same number of curl_global_cleanup() calls is then required to again decrease the counter and then eventually do the cleanup. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1362 Reported-by: Tristan Kamil Dudka (22 Apr 2014) - nss: implement non-blocking SSL handshake - nss: split Curl_nss_connect() into 4 functions Dan Fandrich (22 Apr 2014) - tests: Fixed torture test for tests 1526 & 1527 Marc Hoersken (22 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: clean up threaded approach and add documentation - sockfilt.c: zero initialize variable - sockfilt.c: fixed getting stuck waiting for MinGW stdin pipe Daniel Stenberg (22 Apr 2014) - configure: use the nghttp2 path correctly with pkg-config When --with-nghttp2 was used (without a given path), the PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR varialbe could get clobbered and ruin a proper detection of the library. Reported-by: Dilyan Palauzov Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0159.html - [Dilyan Palauzov brought this change] configure: fix wrong comment copy and paste error Steve Holme (21 Apr 2014) - build: Fixed output name for Release builds in VC10 and VC11 Marc Hoersken (20 Apr 2014) - sockfilt.c: properly handle disk files, pipes and character input - sockfilt.c: ignore non-key-events and continue waiting for input - sockfilt.c: free memory in case of memory allocation errors - multi.c: fix possible invalid memory access in case nfds overflows ufds might not be allocated in case nfds overflows to zero while extra_nfds is still non-zero. udfs is then accessed within the extra_nfds-based for loop. - netrc.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers - parsedate.c: check sscanf result before passing it to strlen - telnet.c: check sscanf results before passing them to snprintf - telnet.c: fix possible use of uninitialized variable - telnet.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen Follow up on b0e742544be22ede33206a597b22682e51e0c676 - tool_writeout.c: initialize string pointer variable - tool_formparse.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated strings - url.c: fix possible use of non-null-terminated string with strlen - connect.c: fix multiple possible dereferences of null pointers In case the first address in the tempaddr array is NULL, the code would previously dereference an unchecked null pointer. - tftp.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer - tool_urlglob.c: added some comments to clarify for loop conditions I was tempted to change those to >= 0 until I saw that this is actually a for loop that terminates once i underflows. - socks_sspi.c: added pointer guards to FreeContextBuffer calls The FreeContextBuffer SAL declaration does not declare the pointer as optional, therefore it must not be NULL. - md5.c: fix use of uninitialized variable - curl_schannel.c: added explicit cast of structure pointers - curl_schannel.c: fix possible dereference of null pointer Steve Holme (18 Apr 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 33e0cba8f1 - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP PARTIAL FETCH example - imap: Extended FETCH support to include PARTIAL URL specifier - url.c: Fixed typo in comment - curl_easy_setopt: Updated CURLOPT_URL to include IMAP query string examples - test810: Updated to use new IMAP URL query string functionality - imap: Expanded mailbox SEARCH support to use URL query strings - imap: Added support for parsing URL query strings Added support for parsing query strings from the URL as defined by RFC-5092. - imap: Introduced the SEARCH state - imap: Fixed untagged response detection when no data after command Should a command return untagged responses that contained no data then the imap_matchresp() function would not detect them as valid responses, as it wasn't taking the CRLF characters into account at the end of each line. - build: Added Visual Studio 2012 (VC11) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC11 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - build: Corrected Visual Studio solutions for DLL Release x64 Daniel Stenberg (17 Apr 2014) - README.http2: mention some alt-svc thoughts Steve Holme (16 Apr 2014) - Makefile.am: Missed separator in commit fbaa2f8660 - build: Added Visual Studio 2010 (VC10) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9 added VC10 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Dan Fandrich (14 Apr 2014) - url: only use if_nametoindex() if IFNAMSIZ is available - symbian: fixed typo in comment Steve Holme (9 Apr 2014) - build: Added Visual Studio 2008 (VC9) project files Carrying on from commit 11025613b9, added VC9 project files which are capable of supporting side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. - sas: Added DIGEST-MD5 qop-option validation in native challange handling Given that we presently support "auth" and not "auth-int" or "auth-conf" for native challenge-response messages, added client side validation of the quality-of-protection options from the server's challenge message. Daniel Stenberg (8 Apr 2014) - dist: include the projects/ files in releases ... the recent MSVC project files added by Steve Holme - strerror: fix comment about vxworks' strerror_r buffer size Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-04/0063.html Reported-by: Jeroen Koekkoek Steve Holme (6 Apr 2014) - sasl: Added forward declaration of structures following recent changes To avoid urldata.h being included from the header file or that the source file has the correct include order as highlighted by one of the auto builds recently. - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with 5cdb61abb2 - tests: Disabled DIGEST-MD5 tests when running with SSPI enabled - sasl: Fixed compilation warning warning: no previous prototype for 'Curl_sasl_create_digest_md5_message' - sasl: Added curl_memory.h include as per test 1132 - sasl: Fixed compilation warning in SSPI builds warning: 'sasl_digest_get_key_value' defined but not used - sasl: Corrected missing free of decoded challenge message from 607883f13c - sasl: Corrected add of Curl_sasl_decode_digest_md5_message() from 2c49e96092 - sasl: Post DIGEST-MD5 SSPI code tidy up * Added comments to SSPI NTLM message generation * Added comments to native DIGEST-MD5 code * Removed redundant identity pointer - sasl: Corrected pre-processor inclusion of SSPI based DIGEST-MD5 code When CURL_DISABLE_CRYPTO_AUTH is defined the DIGEST-MD5 code should not be included, regardless of whether USE__WINDOWS_SSPI is defined or not. This is indicated by the definition of USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE and USE_NTLM in curl_setup.h. - sasl: Added support for DIGEST-MD5 via Windows SSPI - http_negotiate_sspi: Fixed compilation when USE_HTTP_NEGOTIATE not defined - Makefile.vc6: Added curl_sasl_sspi.c - Makefile.vc6: Follow up fix to commit 45d3f00803 - ntlm: Moved the identity generation into shared SSPI code - sasl: Renamed SSPI module following short name clash - sasl: Added initial stub functions for SSPI DIGEST-MD support - sasl: Combined DIGEST-MD5 message decoding and generation Marc Hoersken (5 Apr 2014) - Makefile.vc6: added warnless.c to fix build Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Updated the VC++ make instructions following commit 11025613b9 * Added information regarding the February 2003 Platform SDK for VC6 * Updated the introduction to be similar to the IDE projects README Daniel Stenberg (5 Apr 2014) - [Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa brought this change] http2: Compile with current nghttp2, which supports h2-11 Steve Holme (5 Apr 2014) - winbuild: Added Visual Studio 2005 (VC8) project files Added a more thorough version of the VC8 project files that exist in the "vs" folder with the intention to add support for other versions of Visual Studio. These files support side-by-side compilation, 32-bit and 64-bit builds as well as support for some of the third-party libraries curl uses. Daniel Stenberg (4 Apr 2014) - curl_easy_setopt: fix wrong version number references - docs: this is for 7.37.0 And clarify for curl that --proxy-header now must be used for headers that are meant for a proxy, and they will not be included if the request is not for a proxy. - PROXYHEADER: send these headers in "normal" proxy requests too Updated the docs to clarify and the code accordingly, with test 1528 to verify: When CURLHEADER_SEPARATE is set and libcurl is asked to send a request to a proxy but it isn't CONNECT, then _both_ header lists (CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER and CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER) will be used since the single request is then made for both the proxy and the server. - test1428: verify --proxy-header - curl.1: documented --proxy-header - [Maciej Puzio brought this change] curl: add --proxy-header - symbols-in-versions: Added CURLHEADER_* ... and sorted the list - CURLOPT_HEADEROPT: added Modified the logic so that CURLOPT_HEADEROPT now controls if PROXYHEADER is actually used or not. - CURLOPT_PROXYHEADER: set headers for proxy-only Includes docs and new test cases: 1525, 1526 and 1527 Co-written-by: Vijay Panghal - HTTP: don't send Content-Length: 0 _and_ Expect: 100-continue Without request body there's no point in asking for 100-continue. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1349 Reported-by: JimS - ftp: in passive data connect wait for happy eyeballs sockets When doing passive FTP, the multi state function needs to extract and use the happy eyeballs sockets to wait for to check for completion! Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-02/0135.html (ruined) Reported-by: Alan - http2+openssl: fix compiler warnings in ALPN using code Dan Fandrich (3 Apr 2014) - tests: unified use of some keywords - tests: added some missing closing tags Daniel Stenberg (3 Apr 2014) - runtests: insist on a <keywords> section Since all present tests now have <keywords> listed, this script will now refuse to run a given test case if no such section is provided. Hopefully this will help us make sure new test cases get keywords added at start. - tests: add keywords to the last 7 tests lacking them Steve Holme (1 Apr 2014) - smtp: Fixed login denied with a RFC-821 based server In addition to commit fe260b75e7 fixed the same issue for RFC-821 based SMTP servers and allow the credientials to be given to curl even though they are not used with the server. - tests: Added SMTP with credientials test when not supported by server Daniel Stenberg (1 Apr 2014) - urldata: spellfix comment Reported-by: Melissa Steve Holme (31 Mar 2014) - RELEASE-NOTES: Synced with dd07e79023 - tests: Added SMTP with credentials test for RFC-821 based server Added SMTP (RFC-821 only) based test case as a reference for the fix provided by commit fe260b75e7. Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - ipv6: strip off zone identifiers in redirects too Follow up to 9317eced984 makes test 1056 work again. Dan Fandrich (31 Mar 2014) - docs: Removed mention of -g hack when using IPv6 literals This limitation was removed in commit 0bc4938e Daniel Stenberg (31 Mar 2014) - http2: let openssl mention the exact protocol negotiated Remove a superfluous "negotiated http2" info line - http2: remove _DRAFT09 from the NPN_HTTP2 enum We're progressing throught drafts so there's no point in having a fixed one in a symbol that'll survive. - [Till Maas brought this change] URL parser: IPv6 zone identifiers are now supported - [Paul Marks brought this change] curl: stop interpreting IPv6 literals as glob patterns. This makes it possible to fetch from an IPv6 literal without specifying the -g option. Globbing remains available elsehwere in the URL. For example: curl http://[::1]/file[1-3].txt This creates no ambiguity, because there is no overlap between the syntax of valid globs and valid IPv6 literals. Globs contain hyphens and at most 1 colon, while IPv6 literals have no hyphens, and at least 2 colons. The peek_ipv6() parser simply whitelists a set of characters and counts colons, because the real validation happens later on. The character set includes A-Z, in case someone decides to implement support for scopes like [fe80::1%25eth0] in the future. Signed-off-by: Paul Marks <pmarks@google.com> Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - test938: Updated to use file input for upload As the second URL won't be passed input from stdin. - test836: Fixed incorrect username in expected output Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - DISABLED: 836, 882 and 938 hang - runtests: check protocol before data When the protocol part fails, the data usually does too but the protocol part is often more fundamental and often provide the clues you need to fix the test case. Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Extended the full text reply regular expression Extended the regex to include other valid characters such as those used in the reply text of Test 836. Daniel Stenberg (30 Mar 2014) - keywords: sort case insensitive - tests: remove trailing CRs from keywords - keywords: sort keywords alphabetically - keywords: don't use STDERR for good info Steve Holme (30 Mar 2014) - tests: Added email unit tests to verify login credential connection re-use - tests: Corrected "APOP" authentication keyword - tests: Replaced email authentication keywords with SASL based keywords As the email protocols implement SASL authentication rather than IMAP, POP3 and SMTP specific authentication, updated the authentication keywords to reflect this. - tests: Added "Clear Text" authentication keyword - tests: Added "SASL" authentication keyword - imap-append.c: Fixed compilation errors on some platforms In the initializer for len, there is no prototype for "strlen". In this statement, there is no prototype for "memcpy". - ftpserver.pl: Removed some unused variables - ftpserver.pl: Reworked some variable names to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Corrected some indentation in senddata() Daniel Stenberg (29 Mar 2014) - lib1513: fix callback proto to silence warning Steve Holme (29 Mar 2014) - ftpserver.pl: Added fallback to <data> support when using multiple URLs Added support for falling back to <data> when <data1>, <data2>, etc... don't exist in the <reply> section of a unit test. - ftpserver.pl: Updated email based get reply data code to use new method - ftpserver.pl: Fixed syntax error from commit 3a29ee41 - ftpserver.pl: Updated argument code in STATUS_imap() to be more meaningful - ftpserver.pl: Introduced common method for getting a test's reply data - smtp: Fixed login denied when server doesn't support AUTH capability Specifying user credentials when the SMTP server doesn't support authentication would cause curl to display "No known authentication mechanisms supported!" and return CURLE_LOGIN_DENIED. Reported-by: Tom Sparrow Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2014-03/0173.html Daniel Stenberg (28 Mar 2014) - [Cody Mack brought this change] winbuild: added warnless.c to fix build Dan Fandrich (26 Mar 2014) - hostcheck: added a system include to define struct in_addr - test1397: Fixed compilation with some SSL backends The test is only valid when one of four SSL backends is in use, and must otherwise return success. - test815/816: Use authentication for both URLs The improved connection reuse logic would otherwise create a new connection for each one, which isn't supported by the test server, nor expected by the test. Daniel Stenberg (26 Mar 2014) - mkhelp: generate code for --disable-manual as well This allows configure --disable-manual to run and build without having to regenerate the src/tool_hugehelp.c file which otherwise is necessary since we ship tarballs with that file present. Reported-by: Remi Gacogne Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1350 - bump: start the 7.37.0 race

Manual installation

Program is distributed as ZIP package: download to temporary directory and unpack to destination folder. See below for download link(s).

You can install the prerequisites with rpm running the following string in a command line:

yum install libc libcx libgcc1 libssp libstdc++6 libstdc++ libsupc++6 libsupc++ libgcc-fwd emxrt

Online documentation:

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

cURL v. 7.36.0 (27/3/2014)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.36.0-os2-20140327.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.36.0 (27/3/2014)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.36.0-os2-20140327_0.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.28.0 (14/10/2012)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.28.0-os2-20121014.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.23.1 (20/12/2011)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.23.1-os2-20111220.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.21.0 (20/6/2010)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.21.0-os2-20100620.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.20.0 (10/2/2010)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.20.0-os2-20100210.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.19.2 (20/12/2008)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.19.2-os2-20081220.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.18.1 (13/4/2008)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.18.1-os2-20080413.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.18.0 (19/2/2008)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.18.0-os2-20080219.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.17.1 (1/11/2007)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.17.1-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.16.4 (31/7/2007)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.16.4-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.16.2 (6/5/2007)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.16.2-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.16.0 (21/11/2006)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.16.0-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.15.5 (11/8/2006)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.15.5-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.15.4 (12/6/2006)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.15.4-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.15.3 (24/4/2006)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.15.3-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.14.1r2 (5/10/2005)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.14.1-os2r2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.14.1 (25/9/2005)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.14.1-os2.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.7 (emx, ssl, 24/3/2001)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.7-emx-ssl.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.7 (emx, 23/3/2001)
 www.os2site.com/sw/internet/download/curl/curl-7.7-emx.zip  local copy
cURL v. 7.4.1 (16/11/2000)
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/misc/curl741.zip
cURL v. 6.5.2 (23/3/2000)
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/curl652os2.zip
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Please add Paul Smedley as the secondary port author. Marco G. Salvagno (the original port author) is already credited.

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