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Ok, I have some code that is working perfectly in Net:SFTP. However, I needed to switch from Net:SFTP to Net:SFTP:Foreign to trap errors. But now the intial 'ls' I am putting into a hash complains with: Not a HASH reference at ./ line 103 ( which is the 'next if $entry->{filename} =~ /^\./;' )

I am guessing the attributes are different from SFTP to SFTP:Foreign

What would the SFTP:Foreign equivalent of this be:?

my %file; foreach my $entry ( $sftp->ls('/home/ftptest/inbound') ) { next if $entry->{filename} =~ /^\./; my $size = (split(' ', $entry->{longname}))[4]; $file{$entry->{filename}} = $size; } print Dumper \%file;

Thanks in advance!

In reply to Doing an 'ls' in SFTP:Foreign by StarkRavingCalm

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