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The cURL package contains an utility and a library used for transferring files with URL syntax to any of the following protocols: DICT, FILE, FTP, FTPS, GOPHER, GOPHERS, HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, IMAPS, LDAP, LDAPS, MQTT, POP3, POP3S, RTSP, SMB, SMBS, SMTP, SMPTS, TELNET, and TFTP. Its ability to both download and upload files can be incorporated into other programs to support functions like streaming media.
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To run some simple verification tests on the newly installed curl, issue the following commands: curl --trace-ascii debugdump.txt and curl --trace-ascii d.txt --trace-time . Inspect the locally created trace files debugdump.txt and d.txt, which contains version information, downloaded files information, etc. One file has the time for each action logged.
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A new major version of the curl package has been released to CRAN. This release both brings internal improvements as well as new user-facing functionality, in particular with respect to concurrent downloads. From the NEWS file:
The most exciting new feature is multi_download(): an advanced alternative to curl_download(). It can perform many requests concurrently, with nice progress updates and support for interrupting and resuming large files. This function does not error in case any of the individual requests fail; it returns a data frame with information about the status of each request.
Above a small example from the ?multi_download manual, which downloads all reverse dependencies for a given CRAN package. It downloads 316 files, total 261.41 Mb. On a fast server, the multi_download() part takes about 1 or 2 seconds.
The function scales well in terms of the number of requests. Below is an example, which downloads the DESCRIPTION file for the first 3000 CRAN packages. On a fast server (with HTTP/2 support) this again takes about 2 or 3 seconds.
The Windows binaries are now using libcurl 7.84.0 with nghttp 1.51.0. The latter brings support for HTTP/2, but only when using the OpenSSL TLS backend, which is not (yet) the default. You can change this by setting the CURL_SSL_BACKEND environment variable in your /.Renviron file and then restart R. The Windows vignette explains this in more detail.
Speaking of installing things, is there any other file that needs to be installed before this patch? (Obviously other than the game and the zero hour). This is my first time downloading and installing a Mod. hahaha. Thanks.
i just saw these exp packs for zero hour dint know there were any :( i wanna download full version i have now holland on my zero hour. i thought it was 1.7. do i have to uninstall these or can i install 1.802? becouse i installed it and it won't work can you help me out in this? thnks if you do :)
im having an odd issue with downloading this, after extracting it into my zero hour folder the game still says v1.801 instead of v1.802. Whats even wierder is that it also says zero hour v1.0!!! It used to be v1.4, but idk how it changed. Im not sure how to fix it, so can someone please help out?
hi all.i have a question (some will think im noob)i downloaded cc rotr but it will not work.its saying that it wil not run.i put it in folder (maps) like its saying on this blog.i have c&c holland on my zero hour,do i have to unstall itand have to install the very first version of rotr to run it?can som1 help me out? becouse after 4 hour trying its getting on my nerf that it won't run.plz help me
I installed the new patch ..but in option says v 1.8 ...no 1.82..and now i cant play online (lan) say mismatch ..the other computer also download the new patch ..but that one says v 1.82 and i do the same process ...help me plz
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