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ncftp-3.2.4-6.1.2 RPM for x86_64

From OpenSuSE 12.1 for x86_64

Name: ncftp Distribution: openSUSE 12.1
Version: 3.2.4 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 6.1.2 Build date: Sat Oct 29 17:52:50 2011
Group: Productivity/Networking/Ftp/Clients Build host: build17
Size: 1368731 Source RPM: ncftp-3.2.4-6.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: A Comfortable FTP Program
This program has been in service on UNIX systems since 1991 and is a
popular alternative to the standard FTP program, /usr/bin/ftp. NcFTP
offers many ease-of-use and performance enhancements over the stock FTP
client and runs on a wide variety of UNIX platforms as well as
operating systems like Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X.

    Mike Gleason <>




Artistic 1.0


* Fri Aug 27 2010
  - update to 3.2.4
    * Fixed a bug in Ncftpget/put/ls which could ignore the username (-u)
    and password (-p) command line parameters.
    * Ncftpget and ncftpput can now read $HOME/.ncftp/bookmarks and take a
    bookmark name in place of a hostname.
    * Support for local validation of DNSSEC when combined with libraries
    available from the DNSSEC Tools project (Thanks, Robert Story).
    * Microsoft disabled recursive directory listings altogether when fixing
* Wed Aug 05 2009
  - reduce buildrequires to ncurses-devel
* Thu Jul 30 2009
  - update to 3.2.3:
    * Large File Support has been updated internally to use newer
      APIs, rather than the transitional API
    * you can now specify an IP address for binding the local end
    of socket
    * bug fixed where binding an ephemeral port number in a
    specified range (rare) may not have used all available
    retries for binding
    * local writes now "retry" when the write returns less than the
    full number of bytes specified, and will call write() again
    to write out the remaining bytes.
    * fixed a bug where the global firewall pref files were not
    read if the user's home directory was the root directory
    * using MFMT command to set remote timestamps, if available, in
    preference to SITE UTIME or MDTM
    * host, user, and pass fields have been increased in size
    * bug fixed where the firewall preference files were ignored
    for the root user
    * Ncftpls now has a "-Z" option that will disable doing the
    actual directory listing; this is useful for use with the
    "-Y" option to send a raw FTP command without doing a listing
  - added missing BuildRequires in spec file
  - dropped ncftp-3.2.0-mkdir_parents.diff, merged upstream
* Mon Sep 08 2008
  - Update to 3.2.2
    * Fixed an assertion failure in NcFTP's "help" command
    * PASV mode will now be retried, in case of a transient failure.
    * Fixed feature detection for WS_FTP servers.
    * HOME, END, and DEL keys may work on more terminal types
    * You can now type just ".." or the absolute path of a directory
    * Added command aliases "mv" and "ll" which alias to "rename"
      and "dir"
    * ncftpbatch now has an -L option to specify the name of a
      log file
    * The default connect timeout has been reduced from 30 to 10
* Tue Aug 14 2007
  - Update ncftp to 3.2.1 [#299587]
  - Now a little more tolerant of FTP servers who send their internal network IP addresses in their PASV response. When thi
  - Resuming of uploads can now work for servers that do not support REST + STOR. The APPE command will be used instead.
  - Fixed problem with Resume All [R!] in ncftp, which was just appending to subsequent files rather than resuming them. (Thanks, Terry Brown)
  - ncftpput for version 3.2.0 did not work correctly when both -f and -c/-C were used
  - Various small fixes.
* Tue Sep 12 2006
  - Update to 3.2.0 including:
    o Makefile fixes (obsoletes ncftp-3.1.8-DESTDIR.diff)
    o Makefile fix (ncftp-3.2.0-mkdir_parents.diff)
    o ncftpls can now try to attempt to filter the files with a wildcard
      with the new -i option.
    o ncftpls can also now behave similar to /usr/bin/find, with the new -g
      option.  When invoked with -gg, it appends a slash to directory pathnames
      so you can distinguish files from directories.
    o Fixed a problem with ASCII translation where a CR+LF may not have
      been converted to the local text EOLN format if the CR+LF was split
      over an internal block boundary.
    o You can now edit remote files.
    o Progress meters now output to stderr.
    o You can now resume uploads when uploading into a temporary file
    o Fixes for Cygwin.
    o Some fixes for largefile support on Windows.
    o You can now resume transfers in ASCII mode, rather than just binary.
    o Fixed a problem with recursive uploads for Windows.
    o You can now use an empty password if your user account does not have
      a password.
    o Fixed a problem in the "ls" implementation for international
      month names.
    o Fixed a bug where Type of Service socket options were being set
      with IPPROTO_TCP instead of IPPROTO_IP.
* Wed Jan 25 2006
  - converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires
* Fri Jan 20 2006
  - Don't strip binaries.
* Fri Sep 23 2005
  - fix implicit declaration
* Thu Jul 21 2005
  - Update to 3.1.9 including:
    o Renamed internal libraru function getline() to gl_getline()
      to avoid namespace collision with glibc.
    o Recognize additional error response codes to SITE UTIME, to
      prevent using it if the server doesn't support it.
    o If the server does not support setting timestamps in MDTM,
      quit trying it if it fails the first time.
    o Do not allow control characters such as NUL, CR, LF in FTP
      URLs, to avoid command injection
    o Fixed a problem where a timed-out transfer may have been
      detected but still locked up the process
    o ncftpget and ncftpput now accept a "-C" parameter which is
      similar to the "-c" option (ftp "cat" mode), where stdin
      (stdout) is not used and the filename is specified as a
      parameter instead. This is useful if you don't want to
      specify a password on the command line.
    o ncftpput now allows the "-m" option in conjunction with the
      "-c" or "-C" options.



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