On Sat, 15 Aug 2009 10:33:07 +0100, a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk (Ashley Sheridan) 

>On Sat, 2009-08-15 at 09:56 +0200, Ralph Deffke wrote:
>> can u upload ur own files ?
>> can u create a directory ?


>> are u using a ftp client ?

No; I'm using straight PHP FTP
>> "Clancy" <clanc...@cybec.com.au> wrote in message
>> news:kjhc85hpub7drihgappifphcboolt9u...@4ax.com...
>> > I have just got access to a new server, and am playing with
>> upload/download procedures. I
>> > looked in the root directory, and see several objects which I assume to be
>> directories.
>> > However I was surprised to find there does not appear to be any command to
>> determine if an
>> > object is a file or directory, either in PHP FTP or plain FTP.  I could
>> try to change to
>> > them, or download them, but this seems overkill.  Am I overlooking
>> something obvious?
>That answer doesn't seem to quite come close even to answering the op
>Have you looked at ftp_rawlist which returns a detailed list of files,
>along with their permissions and directory flags? Or you could use
>ftp_size to determine the size of a file, which should be nothing for a


Yes; I found ftp_rawlist eventually, but I still haven't found a definition of 
the return
code, though I think I know most of it.

I guess that even a null file will hve some length?  I will probably use the 
leading 'd'
in the return code to test for directories..

(And I spent a long time trying to work out how 'drwxr-xr-x 2 riordan riordan 
512 Jul 31
06:40 cgi-bin' could contain lots of spaces, before I remembered that, as a 
result of one
of the weirder design decisions,  HTML suppresses trailing spaces.)

PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/)
To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Reply via email to