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edtFTPnet/Compact 2.0.0 released

by support2 » Thu Mar 05, 2009 11:07 am

Enterprise Distributed Technologies is happy to announce the immediate release of edtFTPnet/Compact 2.0.0, an FTP client for the .NET Compact Framework (.NET CF).

edtFTPnet/Compact includes:

* a rich interface supporting many FTP commands
* active and passive mode support.
* resuming of binary transfers.
* directory transfers and synchronization
* SOCKS and HTTP proxy support
* HTTP download support
* events for monitoring progress of data transfers.
* suitable for .NET Compact Framework 1.0 and above.
* full source code included.

The changes for this release include:

* Added RollingFileAppender to the logging package.
* Added FXP support.
* Added RetryCount & RetryDelay for retrying failed transfers automatically.
* Fixed TransferType bug - if AutoLogin was set to false and TransferType was set before connecting, it defaulted to ASCII.
* Refactored directory listing parsing. Fix for Korean months in UnixFileParser.
* FTPRemoteFileList now uses a different icon for symlinks, and allows navigating them.
* For resuming uploads, now send SIZE prior to establishing data socket.
* Added TandemFileParser (not autodetect, must be set manually).
* Synchronize now creates empty directories.
* Added support for BytesTransferred event during directory listings.
* Fixed problem where server replies had embedded \r chars. This meant it was wrongly thought that the reply was complete, when in fact more was to come (resulting in out of order replies further along). Now permit \r\n or \n as EOL - not \r.
* Fixed problem with Microsoft ISA HTTP proxy (failing because of multiple proxy-authenticate header fields).
* Fix bug where on resuming an FTP transfer, the local file gets locked.

See http://www.enterprisedt.com/products/ed ... rview.html for more details.

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