users of pycurl here?

Michael.Coll-Barth at Michael.Coll-Barth at
Fri Oct 7 17:36:24 CEST 2005

How about doing an 'ls -la' once you have connected to the server?  That
returns a listing of the files with the size in bytes.

-----Original Message-----
From: Michele Simionato

I am having a hard time in finding out how to retrieve information about the
*size* of files I want to download from an FTP site. Should I send a QUOTE
SIZE command to the ftp server or is there an easier way?
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