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gFTP features: * simultaneous downloads, * resuming of interrupted file transfers, * file transfer queues, * downloading of entire directories, * FTP and HTTP proxy support, * remote directory caching, * passive and non-passive file transfers, * drag-n-drop support, * bookmarks menu, * support for SSH and SSH2 file transfers, * support FXP transferts, * stop button, and many more features.
Author: Brian Masney <email@example.com>
gftp (2.0.19-2) unstable; urgency=low * Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.3 * Set debian/compat to 7 * Update debian/copyright with debian/* files copyright * Fix incorrect handling of filename encodings under UTF-8 enviromnent. (Closes: #364592) Fixed upstream. * Fix missing files and sub-directories (Closes: #344595) This is not a bug but gnome choices to not go deeper than 2 dire more»
2008-11-30 Brian Masney <firstname.lastname@example.org> * debian/changelog - increased the version number * debian/* - updated new package files from Debian * src/uicommon/gftpui.c - fixed word wrapping in the text port when the application first starts up. * lib/sslcommon.c - fixed compiler warnings * src/gtk/delete_dialog.c - fixed call to g_strdup_printf() where too many arguments were passed in more»
This package was originally debianized by Martin Schulze on 5 Jan 1999, and later maintained by Brian E. Ermovick, then Josip Rodinand and, then Aurelien Beaujean. Today, it's maintained by Xavier Oswald <email@example.com>. It was downloaded from http://www.gftp.org/ Upstream Authors: Copyright (C) 1998-2009 Brian Masney <firstname.lastname@example.org> Files: debian/* Copyright (C) 2009 Xavier Oswald more»