fget is a commandline tool for mirroring remote files via FTP. It is based upon the included FTP client library, whose API is designed to resemble the normal Unix API for accessing files and directories. This interface should make it very easy to integrate FTP support into other applications.
|Tags||Internet FTP Software Development Libraries|
Release Notes: An option to download files into the current directory instead of creating a subdirectory with the name of the remote directory was added.
Release Notes: This version features several minor portability and bugfixes, including one bug that caused the directory cache to fail to refresh properly in many cases.
Release Notes: This release includes some minor portability fixes, improved error handling, and a number of documentation improvements.
Release Notes: This release includes a huge number of API improvements, a few new features, and a number of bug fixes. Noteworthy changes include a new extensible option mechanism, a better interface for debugging hooks, improved thread safety on most platforms, and better timeout handling.
Release Notes: Various portability fixes were made.