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Download progress for SFTP mput

by Anonymous Monk
on May 01, 2013 at 15:22 UTC ( #1031588=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
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Hi, I am using Net::SFTP::Foreign; and trying to get the download/upload progress meter using $sftp->mput($abslocalfile,$absremotefile,callback => \&callback,copy_perm => 0,copy_time => 0) I am getting error "Invalid option 'callback' or bad combination of options at perl/sftp/uhsftp.pl line 147" The same work fine for put option $sftp->put($abslocalfile,$absremotefile,callback => \&callback,copy_perm => 0,copy_time => 0) Appreciate any help on this thanks SSB

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Re: Download progress for SFTP mput
by kcott (Abbot) on May 01, 2013 at 16:05 UTC

    Looking at the Net::SFTP::Foreign Source, it would appear that callback is not a valid option for mput():

    sub mput { ... my ($sftp, $local, $remotedir, %opts) = @_; ... my $ignore_links = delete $opts{ignore_links}; my %glob_opts = (map { $_ => delete $opts{$_} } qw(on_error follow_links ignore_case wanted no_wanted strict_leading_dot)); ... my %put_opts = (map { $_ => delete $opts{$_} } qw(umask perm copy_perm copy_time block_size queue_size overwrite conversion resume numbered late_set_p +erm atomic best_effort sparse)); %opts and _croak_bad_options(keys %opts); ...

    However, put() does accept callback (as well as copy_perm and copy_time):

    sub put { ... my $cb = delete $opts{callback}; ... my $copy_perm = delete $opts{copy_perm}; ... my $copy_time = delete $opts{copy_time}; ...

    -- Ken

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