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zserver.lib http_flashspec

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DC 9.62 - R3000

I have an app which is using the http server, without any filesystem and without the zserver processor. It only wants to handle responses to http requests using a set of custom cgis.

dcrtcp and http libs are included.

As soon as http_handler() is called, the compile breaks with errors in zserver.lib (included by http.lib) as shown below. If I make zserver definitions (#web, SSPEC, etc.) and use rabbitweb, this all goes away, but so does my available code space (code size triples).

Is there a workaround or define or some other thing that I have to set to get around this? Thanks in advance.


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line 3095 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : http_flashspec is out of scope/ not declared.
line 3095 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : Not a pointer, cannot dereference.
line 3095 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : Cannot subscript object 'unknown' of type 'unsigned int'; an array or pointer is required.
line 3095 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : http_flashspec is out of scope/ not declared.
line 3144 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : Not a pointer, cannot dereference.
line 3144 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : Cannot subscript object 'unknown' of type 'unsigned int'; an array or pointer is required.
line 3144 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : http_flashspec is out of scope/ not declared.
line 3144 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : http_flashspec is out of scope/ not declared.
line 3145 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : Operands and/or operator incompatible.
line 3145 : WARNING ZSERVER.LIB : Returned object incompatible with prototype.
line 3145 : ERROR ZSERVER.LIB : http_flashspec is out of scope/ not declared.
asked Jun 23 in Rabbit Software by developer New to the Community (7 points)

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