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Hi,

I'm evaluating the C++ HTTP library. In the include folder inside the zip file, there are about 5MB of .h files. I want to add as few files as possible.

I'm only planning to use the following functions:

http.AddQuickHeader
http.quickGetStr (calling an https url)

Is there anyway I can find out which .h files I need and which ones I can leave behind?

Thanks

asked Jan 05 at 16:25

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edited Jan 05 at 16:26


You only need to include the headers for the classes you use.

If you use CkHttp, then include "CkHttp.h"
If you use CkXml, then include "CkXml.h"
etc..

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answered Jan 05 at 17:41

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edited Jan 05 at 17:41

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