Re: FTP#mget, FTP#mput


#1

this does something like mput

I guess I’m not sure how this is different that just doing something
like this:

module Net
class FTP
def mput(pattern, &block)
Dir[pattern].each{ |file| put(file, &block) }
end

  def mget(pattern, &block)
     Dir[pattern].each{ |file| get(file, &block) }
  end

end
end

I haven’t test that, but if it looks alright perhaps I’ll submit it as a
patch to -core.

Regards,

Dan

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#2

On Thu, 11 May 2006, Berger, Daniel wrote:

this does something like mput
end

 def mget(pattern, &block)
    Dir[pattern].each{ |file| get(file, &block) }
 end

Dir[pattern] is on the client. globbing for mget most occur against
a
listing from the server.

eg.

 mget foo*

means get all files from the server that match foo* - the only way to
do
this is to combine an ftp.list with fnmatch.

regards.

-a


#3

On May 10, 2006, at 12:06 PM, Berger, Daniel wrote:

this does something like mput
end

Regards,

Dan

I’m not sure but I think mget’s pattern is supposed to apply on the
server, not the local system. I could be wrong though.