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- Subject: How to run client asynchronously
- From: "Hogben, Colin H" <Colin.Hogben@xxxxxxxx>
- Reply-to: libssh@xxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2023 14:57:21 +0000
- To: libssh@xxxxxxxxxx
Hi,I'm new here (and quite new to libssh), and was hoping for some pointers or examples on how to run a client asynchronously, i.e. non-blocking and either polled or entirely event-driven. The API docs are fine for individual functions but I'm lacking the big picture, and how event / connector / poll_ctx / poll_handle fit together.
My meta-problem is that the certificate for archive.libssh.org expired on Dec 29 and I'm behind a strict firewall which thwarts attempts to click through "I understand the risks". Doing "curl -k" on a private hosting account is a little tedious!
Regards, -- Colin Hogben Software/Control Engineer UK Atomic Energy Authority Tel: +44 1235 464948
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