Change Log for Robo-FTP v2.1.1 (Released: 2005-03-03)
- Significantly improve SSH upload performance.
- Add TANDEM_UNIX, REFLECTION, and USBANK Unix server types.
- Change interpretation of Unix/Linux directory listing that does not include the year from assuming that the year will be the current year to +/- six months from current date year. Fixes problems in date comparisons.
- Add running as NT service warning to initial No User Settings dialog.
- Add check to SrvInstaller for proper All Users installation and issue warning if appropriate.
- Allow wildcard path in FTPLIST command.
- Add multi-level trace logging controlled by -b switch.
- Add -u switch to eliminate need to be an administrator to activate the license; this switch is also supported in the Configurator too so session logging can be controlled.
- Add -b switch to control trace logging level.
- Allow Robo-FTP to remain "alive" when GnuPG is launched to encrypt and decrypt files and during PGPCOMMAND script command operation.
- Add log on and log off messages in SSH/SSL mode especially useful in the FTP client applet.
- Permit PGP keyring to be empty when PGPIMPORT script command is run.
- Fix assignment of %unzipcount variable.
- Fix Shell32.dll problem under Windows NT 4.
- Fix /trust option on FTPLOGON to default to DENY (as documented).
- Fix to correctly check for SSL server certificate in all cases.
- Fix Logoff menu control in FTP client applet.
- Fix STAYALIVE problem after logging off and back on again.
- Fix SESSIONLOG command to work consistently with LOG and TRACELOG as far as console messages are concerned.
- Make all lines in the listing file created by FTPLIST end with CR/LF.
- Fix possible "thread launch error" that could occur if FTPLOGON failed.
- Fix memory leak that could occur over time with many consecutive SSH and SSL logons.
- Remove write access request when opening PGP key file to import which prevents occasional PGPIMPORT command failure.
- Fix problem in CRON command where trigger date would be off on the last day of a month.