Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote:
>>> What are the names of these clients?
>> For example FileZilla 2.2.32 client.
> Not surprising, the author is a stickler for RFCs, so much so
> FileZilla Server is incompatible with many FTP clients due to
> uniquely defaulting to UTF8 ON, so it does not work correctly with
> non-UTF8 aware clients for non-ASCII characters, like ICS until
> recently. 


> But FileZilla is non-commercial freeware, most commercial FTP
> software is of necessity designed to work with as many other FTP
> products as possible, bending, flexing, extending and ignoring RFCs
> in the process.

That is no reason ever to break the RFCs intentionally.
I do not believe, that my change, which is RFC compliant, will break
anything. But the oposite is true, it makes for example, FileZilla
client happy.


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