Https requests with hackney


I try to get html contents for a https webpage using :hackney but I end up with following error. Any help ?

iex(1)> {:ok, client} = :hackney.request(
      [follow_redirect: true, max_redirect: 5, force_redirect: true]
{:ok, #Reference<0.4267035501.2389966851.12907>}

iex(2)> {ok, status, headers, client} = :hackney.start_response(client)
** (MatchError) no match of right hand side value: {:error, :closed}

try this function

** (FunctionClauseError) no function clause matching in :hackney_http.execute/2    
    The following arguments were given to :hackney_http.execute/2:
        # 1
        # 2
    (hackney) /home/alexandrubagu/devel/proxy-recorder/deps/hackney/src/hackney_http.erl:136: :hackney_http.execute/2
    (hackney) /home/alexandrubagu/devel/proxy-recorder/deps/hackney/src/hackney_response.erl:137: :hackney_response.stream_body/1
    (hackney) /home/alexandrubagu/devel/proxy-recorder/deps/hackney/src/hackney_response.erl:303: :hackney_response.read_body/3
    (hackney) /home/alexandrubagu/devel/proxy-recorder/deps/hackney/src/hackney.erl:505: anonymous fn/1 in :hackney.body/1

On github here’s an example but it doesn’t work:

ReqBody = << "{
      \"id\": \"some_paste_id2\",
      \"rev\": \"some_revision_id\",
      \"changeset\": \"changeset in unidiff format\"
}" >>,
ReqHeaders = [{<<"Content-Type">>, <<"application/json">>}],
Path = <<"">>,
Method = post,
{ok, ClientRef} = hackney:request(Method, Path, ReqHeaders, stream, []),
ok  = hackney:send_body(ClientRef, ReqBody),
{ok, _Status, _Headers, ClientRef} = hackney:start_response(ClientRef),
{ok, Body} = hackney:body(ClientRef),

You shouldnt use stream
{:ok, status, respheaders, client} = :hackney.request( :get, "", [follow_redirect: true, max_redirect: 5, force_redirect: true] )

Thanks. I saw it works without :stream but I wonder if is another solution