Thanks for the response to:
Birger A. Wathne [birger@Vest.Skrivervik.No]
Mariel Feder [email@example.com]
Glenn Satchell - Uniq Professional Services [Glenn.Satchell@uniq.com.au]
Karl E. Vogel [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Seth Rothenberg [SROTHENB@montefiore.org]
Jay Thompson [email@example.com]
Troy Kittrell [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Joe Block [email@example.com]
Frank Pardo [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Alejandro Lopez-Valencia [email@example.com]
Rodney Wines [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Many people suggested using other packages such as perl, python or using
exec to run ftp from the command line. But what I really wanted to do was
to create a complete binary with ftp capabilities 'sealed in!'. There were
three library packages available. The first and the best documented was
ncftplib, but you will have to pay after 30 days and if you required the
source code. http://www.probe.net/~mgleason.com
Another is libftp, again provides library ftp functions, but I thought the
documentation was not very good.
and finally ftplib. ftp://ftp.cnj.digex.net/pub/cnj/pfau/ftplib-v2.tar.gz
I hope this helps.
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......women aren't worth dying for.....killing for...but not dying for
'When what is indestructible meets what is irresistable, the female all too
'They'll be sorry. They'll be sorry if I die - except that I can't.
Whatever you do it ends up raining. What's it all for? What's the point of
it all? And if it hasn't got a point, what's the point of that?'
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