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Batchput transfers files from a local directory, matching the regex you specify, to an FTP server
Batchput transfers files from a local directory, matching the regex you specify, to an FTP server. Written in Python, the program is focused on doing this safely and efficiently, using per-directory locking and a single ftp session.
Batchput was originally written as a program to transfer text files containing business transactions from one system to another. With this in mind, it is not a useful tool for doing things like mirroring a directory etc. If that's what you want to do, there are many good programs
out there that will perform nicely.
To use batchput, simply copy the 'batchput' Python script to somewhere
useful and call it from, for example, crontab.
What's New in This Release:
It is possible to specify the lock directory now, but it will default to the TEMP environment variable, or /tmp if the former doesn't exist.
New option to delete source files after transfer.
Made backup directory optional instead of a required argument. When not specified, files will remain in the source directory after transfer.
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