Release Notes: This release fixes a compile time problem with gcc 3.4 and the SuSE 9.1 gcc.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of minor bugs, the most noteworthy being the handling of symbolic links, adds a number of workarounds, and allows include/exclude patterns to be read from a file.
Release Notes: The URL parser no longer refuses URLs without a trailing path, and the --raw option of ftpls no longer erroneously wants an argument. A number of portability problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: In previous versions, ftpls didn't append a trailing slash to directory links in HTML output, thus creating bad links. This has been fixed.
Release Notes: This releases stops the listing parser from eating any leading spaces of file names, and fixes another self-check problem.
Release Notes: This release fixes self check problems with Reiserfs and the --mdtm option, and includes a number of workarounds for less common situations, including not-so-good NAT implementations and stranger DNS setups.
Release Notes: IPv6 is now supported. Download resume and an interactive progress meter have been implemented.
Release Notes: An option to restrict the listing/mirroring depth was added to the programs. ftpcopy now has a workaround for servers unable to serve large directory listings in binary mode.
Release Notes: An option to limit the maximum download file size was added. ftpcopy will no longer re-get files when the FTP server has changed the date representation in /bin/ls style listings.
Release Notes: The FTP listing parser was rewritten to understand even more listing formats. The code is now completely covered by *GPL or public domain.