Kevin Miller kevin at runrev.com
Thu Mar 21 16:24:01 EST 2002

On 13/3/02 3:40 pm, BCE <mark at bcesouth.com> wrote:

> I'm new to revolution, and am really liking it.  I'm having some interesting
> ftp issues, wondering if anyone could shed some light for me.  I'm sending a
> file (tried both a text and an image file, the image file is what I really
> want to use, though) to a server.  I'm trying it on 3 servers, 2 windows and 1
> linux.  On one windows server, everything works great.  I can even export an
> image straight to ftp.  However, both the other windows server and the linux
> server are not cooperating as nicely.  The best I can do is get the door open
> and upload something (the filename shows up on the server, but it's an empty
> file) unuseable.  It also seems to lock up for a while when trying to upload
> to the questionable servers.
> Here's a sample line of what I'm trying (tried in both 1.1 and 1.1.1):
> put url "file:C:\windows\desktop\whatever.gif" into url

You need to use the / character in the file name.  Revolution uses this on
all platforms.


Kevin Miller <kevin at runrev.com> <http://www.runrev.com/>
Runtime Revolution Limited - Power to the Developer!
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