download and save a file
Björnke von Gierke
bvg at mac.com
Sat May 28 08:13:43 EDT 2011
typo, forgot url:
put theData into URL "ftp://user:email@example.com/folder/folder/textfile.txt"
On 28 May 2011, at 13:40, Björnke von Gierke wrote:
> method two is called "anonymous ftp" aka. no login. It used to be widely used for file sharing, but these days there's almost no server that's so liberal.
> Note that for smaller tasks, you can also use put for ftp:
> put theData into "ftp://user:firstname.lastname@example.org/folder/folder/textfile.txt"
> On 28 May 2011, at 12:17, Francis Nugent Dixon wrote:
>> Hi from Beautiful Brittany,
>> Now I am confused !
>> As Richard says : It's fun to do it in LiveCode,
>> so, even though I use CyberDuck regularly
>> (what a beautiful app !), I thought it would be
>> fun to write a little stack in LiveCode for Upload
>> and Download. After all, "LiveCoding" IS fun !.
>> I found documentation on the Internet which
>> indicated for an FTP Upload :
>> put "ftp://" & FTPUSER & ":" & FTPPASS & "@"
>> & "ftp.ben.on-rev.com/public_html/" & tFileName into tDestination
>> libURLftpUploadFile tFileForUpload, tDestination, "uploadComplete"
>> This seemed reasonable to me, as CyberDuck uses
>> similar parameters.
>> Now Richard points me to a document which says :
>> put "ftp://ftp.xxxxxx.com/uploads/" & tFileName into tUrl
>> libUrlFtpUploadFile tSourcePath, tUrl, "loadDone"
>> Does this mean that we have two Upload options :
>> 1 - Check me for authorization, and Upload if I'm square !
>> 2 - Just DO IT !
>> If this is true, why would I bother with the complications
>> of method 1, when I obviously know what I'm doing if
>> I use method 2 in a LiveCode app ?
>> "Nothing should ever be done for the first time !"
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