Net, http portable lib

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    Net, http portable lib

    What I already found:
    1. Poco - cant compile under MinGW (I think too big to me)
    2. libCurl - cant compile under MSVC ("the ordinal 55" zlib.dll, unsolved in off. mail-listings)

    help me please with other suggestions.
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    Does MSVC not have a tool to generate import libraries directly from a DLL file? (Equivalent of MinGW's dlltool?)

    Also, there seems to be a MSVC library on the libcurl site, albeit for a slightly outdated version.
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