[OT] Ruby ftp client for windows

I know this is off topic, But, my boss has tasked me with finding a
better
ftp client than the one in Windows XP. Is there a Ruby client that can
recover dropped connections, ( a resume feature)? Would be nice if it
could
handle secure/ encrypted transmissions as well?

Failing that, can anyone recommend a good scriptable ftp client for the
Windows plaftorm?


Best Regards,
-Larry
“Work, work, work…there is no satisfactory alternative.”
— E.Taft Benson

http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/

Larry K. wrote:

I know this is off topic, But, my boss has tasked me with finding a
better
ftp client than the one in Windows XP. Is there a Ruby client that can
recover dropped connections, ( a resume feature)? Would be nice if it
could
handle secure/ encrypted transmissions as well?

Failing that, can anyone recommend a good scriptable ftp client for the
Windows plaftorm?


Best Regards,
-Larry
“Work, work, work…there is no satisfactory alternative.”
— E.Taft Benson

I also recommend FileZilla, it’s got every FTP feature I’ve needed and
is easy to use.

Jeff
softiesonrails.com

More props for FileZilla. It’s been my mainstay (aside from the
Dreamweaver FTP integration) for a long time.

Matt

If you install cygwin you get curl and wget.
Perhaps there are native windows executables as well.

Regards,
Erik.

Larry K. schreef:

Totally off-topic but try Filezilla, best FTP client i’ve ever used, on
Windows or otherwise.

Larry K. wrote:

-Larry
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Sau S.


http://www.projectible.com
http://jaccal.sourceforge.net

Granted FilZilla is a great FTP client. Is it scriptable? Didn’t see
anything about that in the docs.
-Larry

On 4/28/06, Chang Sau S. [email protected] wrote:


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