Default Initialization Modules and Profiles

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As mentioned in the Library Architecture, libwww consists of a small core and a large set of hooks for adding functionality. By itself, the core it not capable of performing any Web related tasks like accessing a HTTP server or parsing a HTML document. All this functionality must be registered by the application. This way, the core of libwww is kept application independent and can be used as the basic building block for any kind of Web application. The Library comes with a large set of default functions, for example for accessing HTTP and FTP servers, parsing MIME headers etc. This module helps the application programmer setting up all this functionality, but it is important to note that none of it is required in order to use libwww.

#ifndef WWWINIT_H
#define WWWINIT_H
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" { 

Default Protocols, Transports, MIME Headers, Dialogs etc.

This module contains a large set of default initialization functions for protocol modules, stream converters, event managers etc.

#include "HTInit.h"

Application Profiles

Application profiles are initialization functions that are "preset" to initialize the Library with the set of features often used in clients, servers, robots, and proxy servers. They are basically collections of the more detailed initialization functions that you can find later in this interface description. In many cases you do not need to use anything else than the profiles, but if you have more specific requirements then you can always fall back on using the initialization functions below or even werite your own extensions.

#include "HTProfil.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
} /* end extern C definitions */


@(#) $Id: WWWInit.html,v 2.11 1999/03/30 22:31:58 frystyk Exp $