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Old 04.03.2012, 04:15
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Just a quick query not sure if this is the right forum but im wondering how we found out about the 2 rapidshare api options used in the rapidshare plugin:

"noflvheader" and "bin"

I understand what the "noflvheader" is for but what is the "bin" for?

also are there other options not listed in the rapidshare api tech doc that exist?


Thanks alot guys (working on a little project myself)

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Old 05.03.2012, 06:26
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I believe that Jiaz has been in touch with Rapidshare every time they change their API. In particular, old options are often carried over as hidden options in new versions.

I believe bin means that the data is binary, not text (don't process line-endings or control characters).

In addition, you can examine the data used by RapidshareManager (RSM) and the other tools they provide. A program like WireShark can be useful for examining header data.
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Old 05.03.2012, 12:29
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bin = always send content-disposition. can be that they are already outdated. never change a running system
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Old 06.03.2012, 17:37
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:P Hey. DrBits.
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