Yafc is yet another FTP client which features a directory cache, remote filename completion, aliases, colorized ls, recursive get/put/ls/rm, nohup mode transfers, tagging (queueing), multiple connections, proxy support, and more. It has also support for Kerberos authentication and SSH2 (sftp).
Release Notes: This patch release fixes a number of minor issues including ls -t (time ordered listing), a double fclose() segfault, and an autoconf herror include. The code was modified to use strtoul/strtoull. getpass hook routing was changed to use new code. A Ctrl+c local echo problem at the password prompt was fixed. The TODO list was updated, a roadmap for version 2.0 was added, and remaining bugs were confirmed as fixed, non-issues, or pending. A KNOWN_ISSUES file was included with three outstanding known issues, the most severe involving slow SFTP transfer rates.
Release Notes: This release included patches made for the Debian package, including the large file support patch.
Release Notes: This release fixes a severe bug in ssh mode that caused uploaded files to be truncated. A lot of feature requests have been implemented, such as cache timeout, an option to skip empty files, and a config option to transfer certain files before others. It also uses the newest autoconf and has a completely rewritten autoconf test for Kerberos, which should make it easier to compile Yafc with support for Heimdal or MIT Kerberos 4/5.
Release Notes: The segfault when logging in anonymously has been fixed, and supported for MLSD directory listing implemented.
Release Notes: Removal of the OpenSSL dependency, fixes for some portability issues, and a new option to the open command (--sftp=PATH).