I was wondering if is possible to download a whole directory of files instead of a single one using jit.uldl ? e.g. all images from my …/images folder.
Perhaps there is another way of doing this?
Thanks in advance… I am on Win XP max 4.6.3 jitter 1.6
jit.uldl on a directory should get you some kind of directory listing. Dump that into an empty coll, then iterate through the coll items and download the individual items (skipping ".." and ".")
There’s some patching involved, but not impossible. Extra points if you can get your patch to recursively walk subdirectories.
Hello Peter (or someone else of course),
Could you please explain me how to get a list of the files in a (FTP)directory?
I have set the username and password, and the ‘dir_list flag’ to 1. But if I send a message like this:
I have no experience with Jitter, but for my graduation project I would like to be able to exchange textfiles from one computer to another through a FTP-server.
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