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Change Log

Change Log for Robo-FTP v3.2.0 (Released: 2006-11-14)

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Enhancements

  • Added AES encryption to the ZIP and UNZIP commands.
  • ZIP archives are no longer limited to the 4 gb maximum.
  • Added the /all option to the log command, which causes Robo-FTP to disregard log-control characters (";" "*" "!" and "@").
  • Added a /debug option to TRACELOG.
  • Added an /allowerrors option to FTPLOGON such that the log-on is not aborted if Robo-FTP encountered errors (such as not being able to change directories or get a directory listing).
  • Changed the way Robo-FTP reads the SENDFILE command; when a user places a slash character in the file name after the "/as" option, Robo-FTP no longer rejects the file name as an absolute or relative path name. This is useful for certain servers which need control characters to follow the file name.

Bug Fixes

  • The service installer now reports an error if Robo-FTP does not load for some reason.
  • Sendfile no longer fails when using the /archive option if the file name is already present in the archive directory.
  • Corrected a bug preventing the SENDFILE /resume option from working with secure FTP.
  • Corrected a bug with the FTP applet in which deleting a managed site could result in a "site not defined" error when logging into other managed sites.
  • Corrected a bug with the FTP applet that was preventing users from selecting "allow connection" when logging into an SSL site.
  • Corrected a bug that would cause the FTPCD command to loop over and over when logged into an unknown server type.
  • Corrected a bug that caused Robo-FTP to crash when the DELETE "*" command encountered a read-only file. Now the read-only file is simply ignored.
  • Corrected a bug where FTPDELETE could cause Robo-FTP to crash.
  • Corrected a bug where the "IFSIZE= 0" command would return "false" for an empty file.

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