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ftpls is an FTP client which generates directory listings, either in plain text or HTML.
The tools only support passive mode FTP. There is no plan to support active mode.
See http://www.ohse.de/uwe/ftpcopy.html for more information.
ftpcopy is a simply FTP client written to copy files or directories (recursively) from a FTP server. It's primary purpose is to mirror FTP sites which support the EPLF directory listing format, but it may be used to mirror other sites, too. See http://www.ohse.de/uwe/ftpcopy.html for more information. This package is free software, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License Ve more»
Building with the diet libc --------------------------- This package optionally can be built with the diet libc instead of the glibc to provide small statically linked programs. The resulting package has no dependency on any other package. To use the diet libc, make sure the latest versions of the dietlibc-dev package is installed, and set DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=diet in the environment when building more»
0.6.7 August 2004 * fix compile time problem with gcc 3.4 and the gcc-3.3.3 of SuSE 9.1. 0.6.6 August 2004 * the --eat-leading-spaces option allows ftpcopy and ftpls to deal with some FTP servers showing sometimes more than one space before the file name. * the --data-connect-retries allows ftpcopy and ftpls to more than once try to connect to the data port of an FTP server. By default th more»
ftpcopy(1) User Commands ftpcopy(1) NAME ftpcopy - create more»
ftpcp(1) ftpcp(1) NAME ftpcp - copy fil more»
ftpls(1) User Commands ftpls(1) NAME ftpls - generate more»
ftpcopy (0.6.7-3) unstable; urgency=medium * debian/diff/disable--html-option.diff: the --html op more»
2004-08-10 Uwe Ohse <email@example.com> portab: work around gcc-3.4 (and suse gcc-3.3.3) regparm more»