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ftpmirror.py in reverse?

I maintain a website on a local machine, and want to maintain a clone
of it on a www-visible remote machine via ftp. I.e., local to remote.

Going remote to local, ftpmirror.py would (I understand) do the job.

Is there some tool available (or even a parameter for ftpmirror.py)
which can do local-->remote?

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ha************@boeing.com
6-6M21 BCA CompArch Design Engineering
Phone: (425) 342-0007
Jul 18 '05 #1
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i don't understand if u would use a python program...
However rsync is very nice and useful for site-mirroring...

Hi

"Harry George" <ha************@boeing.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
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I maintain a website on a local machine, and want to maintain a clone
of it on a www-visible remote machine via ftp. I.e., local to remote.

Going remote to local, ftpmirror.py would (I understand) do the job.

Is there some tool available (or even a parameter for ftpmirror.py)
which can do local-->remote?

--
ha************@boeing.com
6-6M21 BCA CompArch Design Engineering
Phone: (425) 342-0007
--
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list



Jul 18 '05 #2
Harry George wrote:
I maintain a website on a local machine, and want to maintain a clone
of it on a www-visible remote machine via ftp. I.e., local to remote.

Going remote to local, ftpmirror.py would (I understand) do the job.

Is there some tool available (or even a parameter for ftpmirror.py)
which can do local-->remote?

I've written such a script.

http://www.aerojockey.com/software/#ftpupsync

It's public domain, use at your own risk, n' at. It probably doesn't
work on Windows, but wouldn't be hard to modify it to. Sorry, no
documentation. I really should document it, tie up loose ends and
package it.

Sorry about the tabs^H^H^H^H Unicode indent characters.
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CARL BANKS http://www.aerojockey.com/software
"If you believe in yourself, drink your school, stay on drugs, and
don't do milk, you can get work."
-- Parody of Mr. T from a Robert Smigel Cartoon
Jul 18 '05 #3
Carl Banks <im*****@aerojockey.invalid> writes:
Harry George wrote:
I maintain a website on a local machine, and want to maintain a clone
of it on a www-visible remote machine via ftp. I.e., local to remote.

Going remote to local, ftpmirror.py would (I understand) do the job.

Is there some tool available (or even a parameter for ftpmirror.py)
which can do local-->remote?

I've written such a script.

http://www.aerojockey.com/software/#ftpupsync

It's public domain, use at your own risk, n' at. It probably doesn't
work on Windows, but wouldn't be hard to modify it to. Sorry, no
documentation. I really should document it, tie up loose ends and
package it.

Sorry about the tabs^H^H^H^H Unicode indent characters.
--
CARL BANKS http://www.aerojockey.com/software
"If you believe in yourself, drink your school, stay on drugs, and
don't do milk, you can get work."
-- Parody of Mr. T from a Robert Smigel Cartoon

Excellent; looks just right. I'll give it a try.

--
ha************@boeing.com
6-6M21 BCA CompArch Design Engineering
Phone: (425) 342-0007
Jul 18 '05 #4
"Gianluca Trombetta" <gi****************@tin.it> writes:
i don't understand if u would use a python program...
However rsync is very nice and useful for site-mirroring...

Hi

I love rsync, but there is no rsync at the other end. Just ftp.
"Harry George" <ha************@boeing.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:xq*************@cola2.ca.boeing.com...
I maintain a website on a local machine, and want to maintain a clone
of it on a www-visible remote machine via ftp. I.e., local to remote.

Going remote to local, ftpmirror.py would (I understand) do the job.

Is there some tool available (or even a parameter for ftpmirror.py)
which can do local-->remote?

--
ha************@boeing.com
6-6M21 BCA CompArch Design Engineering
Phone: (425) 342-0007
--
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list



--
ha************@boeing.com
6-6M21 BCA CompArch Design Engineering
Phone: (425) 342-0007
Jul 18 '05 #5

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