RE: Options for Browser-interfaced ftp on the mac??
by "Kenneth Dombrowski" <printer2(at)designmattersinc.com>
||Thu, 28 Mar 2002 11:16:52 -0500
Yes, netscape on the mac is the one client that does work.
Sorry, I guess I was rambling a bit, by the end of the post the question
had come down to a request for reviews of server-side scripting
languages to build a web page interface to an ftp server
Or such an interface that already exists (if there is one)
Somebody has done exactly what I want in PHP (ftp2http? Http2ftp? -- one
of those), but PHP will only run on an OSX mac server, this one is
WebStar on an earlier version
Any experience with macPerl out there?
Comments about stability, comparisons between these &/or AppleScript,
etc will be very much appreciated
Also any experience you may have comparing macPerl to activestate or
regular perl, asp to macasp (missing features, buggy areas, whatever..)
If you're using matt's script archive, you might be interested in the
nms project on sourceforge
From: cbirds(at)earthlink.net [mailto:cbirds(at)earthlink.net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 8:35 PM
To: Kenneth Dombrowski; Hwg-Techniques
Subject: Re: Options for Browser-interfaced ftp on the mac??
I always used to upload via FTP with my browser, even when it was
Netscape 3, from my Mac.
Do I recall seeing scripts on Matt's that will let you do this..?
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