removed easy handle argument from proto

Daniel Stenberg 2006-01-04 14:09:57 +00:00
parent 5acf997e69
commit 99c0a1a7d0
1 changed files with 5 additions and 8 deletions

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@ -8,7 +8,6 @@ curl_multi_socket \- reads/writes available data
CURLMcode curl_multi_socket(CURLM * multi_handle,
curl_socket_t sockfd,
CURL *easy,
curl_socket_callback callback,
void *userp);
@ -19,11 +18,10 @@ CURLMcode curl_multi_socket_all(CURLM *multi_handle,
Alternative versions of \fIcurl_multi_perform()\fP that allows the application
to pass in one of the file descriptors/sockets that have been detected to have
\&"action" on them and let libcurl perform. This allows libcurl to not have to
scan through all possible file descriptors to check for action. The
application is recommended to pass in the \fBeasy\fP argument (or set it to
CURL_EASY_NONE) to make libcurl figure out the internal structure even faster
and easier. If the easy argument is set to something else than
CURL_EASY_NONE, the \fBsockfd\fP argument will be ignored by libcurl.
scan through all possible file descriptors to check for action. When the
application has detected on a socket handled by libcurl, call
\fIcurl_multi_perform()\fP with the \fBsockfd\fP argument set to the socket
with the action.
These functions inform the application about updates in the socket (file
descriptor) status by doing none, one or multiple calls to the
@ -39,8 +37,7 @@ transfers instead of just a single one, you call
An application should call \fBcurl_multi_timeout(3)\fP to figure out how long
it should wait for socket actions \- at most \- before doing the timeout
action: call the \fBcurl_multi_socket(3)\fP function with the \fBsockfd\fP
argument set to CURL_SOCKET_TIMEOUT and the \fBeasy\fP argument set to
argument set to CURL_SOCKET_TIMEOUT.
\fBcurl_multi_perform(3)\fP is the exact equivalent of calling
\fBcurl_multi_socket_all\fP(handle, NULL, NULL);