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sorry its calling resurcive uploading....
i have already this

#!/usr/bin/perl> use Net::FTP; $ftp = Net::FTP->new("", Debug => 0); if ($ftp == undef) { die ("Couldn't open ftp connection, $@\n"); } $ftp->login('test','test'); $ftp->binary; for(<*.*>) { $ftp->put($_); } $ftp->quit;
That is uploading everything in my current directory !
just the files ... but if there is also directory's in that
directory. it is doing nothing. and i want do some logging also any idea ....

2001-10-13 Edit by Corion : Added CODE tags

In reply to Re: Re: net::ftp , ftp program , backup by Anonymous Monk
in thread net::ftp , ftp program , backup by Anonymous Monk

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