FBatista at uniFON.com.ar
Thu Oct 28 18:13:28 CEST 2004
[hecull at gmail.com]
#- I'm trying to automate some things at work and something I
#- do a lot if
#- FTP some files back and forth. I've got this all done in python just
#- fine, but I noticed a huge difference in file sizes. One particular
#- binary file comes over at roughly two megs when I transfer it via ftp
#- from the command line (running XP.) When I get it via my python
#- script, it's nine megs! Any clue why? I haven't tried
#- using the file
#- in my work because I don't want to break anything.
What's the size of the original file?
The same happens if you transfer a 500KB file? 100KB? 10KB? 100B?
What are the differences between the files? (better to start here with the
100B one, ;).
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