Yup, put() sure doesn't return a status. The pod
nods in the direction of saying so, by not indicating any return value. The code confirms this, with no return values for the put function. The lower level commands such as do_write, however, do return a status. You may need to roll your own ...
$sfh = $sftp->do_open($target_file ...);
#loop over source file, reading blocks of $data
$status = $sftp->do_write($sfh, $offset, $data)
&bail_out($status) if ($status != SSH2_FX_OK);
In fact, this is pretty much exactly what the put() method does, but it discards the $status. Might have a patch to submit there ...
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