I would agree with Heiko, Curl is often used by admins in their shell
scripts. This makes their scripts portable.
Is there an overhead to supporting curl ?
On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 4:35 AM, Darran Lofthouse
No 'reasoning' as such at this point, and no decisions taken yet. We
are currently discussing the future of domain management especially over
HTTP and I need to understand how important tools like this are.
We originally had support for standard HTTP clients on the requirements
list, just need to validate now if it was a valid requirement ;-)
On 08/01/14 11:58, Ladislav Thon wrote:
>> Just starting to plan some upstream changes for WildFly and just wanted
>> to gauge how much simple http tools like curl are in use?
>> If we were to completely disable their use would it cause problems?
> That would be a blocker regression for me :-)
> Could you share what's the reasoning behind this? I use curl basically for
everything that supports HTTP interaction (unless I build a specialized tool, but even
then, I use curl for debugging the tool. It's immensely useful and I would hate losing
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