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16 May The asterisk (*) is a wildcard that tells FTP to match all files starting with my. You can also use a question mark (?) to match a single letter. I've written a ftp script that should log onto the ftp location and drag back any file that ends in costumestheatre.com extension, however I can't get the wildcard. FTP wildcards. Traditional UNIX FTP servers allow the ls, dir . commands to name several files. For example, the command. dir *.ps *costumestheatre.com refers to every file .
When you execute your script file with ftp, you have to turn off the globbing which will allow the use of wildcards in the script. For example. Overview Remote log files, such as those transferred via ftp or http during processing, cannot be configured using the same wildcard expressions available for. I need to find a way to ftp get a file, the name for which I only know the first 8 characters. For example, I have a bat file and in it is get NYC_INVOICE_
I would like to FTP the contents of a directory, but I can't seem to find the right way to use a wildcard. It seems like this would be a common thing. Just let the -g away it disables globbing which means that the wildcaracter expansion is also turned off. Have a look here. You'll need to use a different FTP server. pyftpdlib does not support globbing according to it's documentation. 13 Oct Normally we would use asterisk (*), but the adapter is not processing the files. It behaves like the directory would be costumestheatre.com you use wildcards in FTP. ftp-wildcard.c (); return CURLE_OUT_OF_MEMORY; } /* turn on wildcard matching curl_easy_setopt(handle, CURLOPT_URL, "ftp://costumestheatre.com*"); /* and.