Python for ipaq

Cameron Laird claird at starbase.neosoft.com
Tue Oct 23 20:54:39 CEST 2001


In article <9r3ldh$1qsi$1 at mail1.wg.waii.com>,
Martin Franklin  <martin.franklin at westgeo.com> wrote:
>Karol Makowski wrote:
>
>> On 23 Oct 2001 10:50:46 GMT, Karol Makowski wrote:
>>> On Tue, 23 Oct 2001 06:47:52 -0400, Steve Holden wrote:
>>>> Sample FTP code in ftpStream.py at
>>> thanks, i'll check it.
>> 
>> it's not suitable for my needs, sorry.
>> I need an ftp client which will dynamicaly get filename/folder
>> from a commandline.
>> On that crappy ipaq there is no any smb/nfs protocol and i've got some
>> app which need to send and recive some files to work correctly, so i
>> thought i'll get some simple ftp client in python, cause python it's
>> avaiable for ipaq. ftp client should be run from command line like this:
>> ftp.py -g somefile (download file from server)
>> ftp.py -s somefile (send some file to server)
>> 
>> It's all i need, server, username/pass is defined in program,
>> while filename and/or path should be a variable.
>> 
>> Thanks for help.
>> 
>
>
>
>You could role your own like this:-
			.
		[nice example]
			.
			.
Mr. Makowski's *real* target (and then you want to *embed* the
Python code in a C application?) remains obscure to me.  I'll
guess, though, that it already exists somewhere in <URL: http://
starbase.neosoft.com/~claird/comp.unix.programmer/ftp_automation.html >.
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