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Answer: How to FTP from STDOUT?

by I0 (Priest)
on Dec 24, 2000 at 07:31 UTC ( #48186=categorized answer: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Q&A > network programming > How to FTP from STDOUT? - Answer contributed by I0

use Net::FTP; $ftp = Net::FTP->new($host) or die $!; $ftp->login($user,$password) or die $!; $sock = $ftp->_data_cmd('stor', "remotelogfile") or die $!; while( <DATA> ){ $sock->write($_,length) or die $!; } $sock->close() or die $!;

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[davido]: Using the -i switch causes Perl to rename the input file, read from it, and write to a file using the original file's name. If there's an extension provided, as in -i.bak, it's easy to see where the input file is. Where is the input file temporarily....
[davido]: placed if there is no extension provided to the -i switch?
[davido]: Nevermind, found the answer.
[davido]: If no extension is supplied, and your system supports it, the original file is kept open without a name while the output is redirected to a new file with the original filename. When perl exits, cleanly or not, the original file is unlinked.
[haukex]: doc says "If no extension is supplied, and your system supports it, the original file is kept open without a name ..."

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