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  • Title: Everything curl
  • Author(s) Daniel Stenberg
  • Publisher: GitBook;
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  • Language: English
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This is an extensive guide to everything there is to know about curl, the project, the command-line tool, the library, how everything started and how it came to be what it is today. How we work on developing it further, what it takes to use it, how you can contribute with code and bug reports and why all those millions of existing users use it.

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