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# Server-side
The purpose of this test is to make sure the --proto-default option works
properly. We specify a default protocol of FTP and if the option works properly
curl will use the FTP protocol. If the option is broken however curl will use
the HTTP protocol.
In the broken scenario curl would use HTTP to talk to our FTP server. We handle
that by replying with something that both protocols can understand. Our FTP
server allows a custom welcome message, so we use that feature to make an HTTP
reply that contains an FTP reply (think polyglot). In the case of FTP we expect
curl will return CURLE_WEIRD_SERVER_REPLY so we test for that return code.
REPLY welcome HTTP/1.1 200 OK\r\nContent-Length: 21\r\n\r\n500 Weird FTP Reply
# Client-side
Set the default protocol to ftp for a schemeless URL
-H "User-Agent:" -H "Host:" -H "Accept:" --proto-default ftp %HOSTIP:%FTPPORT
# Verify data after the test has been "shot"
# CURLE_WEIRD_SERVER_REPLY is error code 8