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ABOUT ----- RNOXfer is a graphical multipurpose file transfer client with support for FTP, FTPS, and SFTP protocols. It's the first all-in-one program for any Amiga compatible operating system! Please consider the time and effort I put in to create this utility for your use and enjoyment. If you feel it is useful to you, please send a donation that represents the benefit you gain from using it to me at the address found in this ReadMe.txt file (Uploader) or click the Donate button at http://jpv.wmhost.com/jpv_software FEATURES -------- - Supports FTP(S) and SFTP protocols - Supports both explicit and implicit FTPS connections - Recursive file transfers - Resume support - Large files support - Online editing of files (automatic uploading) - Create new files using the specific editor setup in Settings - Open double-clicked files using the program defined in Settings - Edit filenames and permissions - File search functionality - Calculate directory sizes - Import addresses in URL format - Configurable IP address and port range for the active mode - Ability to send custom FTP commands to servers - File selection functionality by pattern matching REQUIREMENTS ------------ - AmiSSL v4 (http://aminet.net/search?query=amissl) INSTALLATION ------------ - Copy the whole directory anywhere you want and just launch the program. - If the program fails to start, copy .hwp files to LIBS:Hollywood/ USAGE NOTES ----------- - To add a new entry to the Server List, enter the server information in the main window, test that it connects, and click the Add button on the Server List window. - To modify an entry in the Server List, select and modify it, and click the Add button again. - Double-clicking a Server List entry may cause it to react in various ways related to its configuration in the Settings window. - Server List entries can be copied as URLs to the Clipboard using the right mouse button context menu. - To search for files or to calculate directory sizes, select the required directories and use the right mouse button context menu option. - Double-clicking a search result entry selects the file, and thus opens the corresponding directory in the program GUI. - There are some "hidden" keyboard shortcuts in addition to marked shorctuts: l - Activates the local path field r - Activates the remote path field , - Opens the parent directory on the local file list . - Opens the parent directory on the remote file list o - Cycles the protocol option ? - Opens the pattern selection window for the local lister * - Opens the pattern selection window for the remote lister SETTINGS -------- Program settings are found in the program's pull-down menu and they will be saved to the ENVARC:Hollywood/com.wmhost.jpv.rnoxfer file. The "Settings -> Save" pull-down menu option also saves the server list entries, selected server, and the open states of individual windows. There is also an advanced configuration file (advanced.conf), which is used to pass custom curl options to the program. Check the provided example file for more information. COMMAND LINE OPTIONS AND ICON TOOLTYPES --------------------------------------- RNOXfer uses non-standard command line arguments. Arguments must be given in the form of (note the "-" prefix): -argument parameter Allowed arguments: -url <URL> . . . . . - Imports a URL at startup -select <hostname> . - Selects a server from the server list -select <position> . - Selects a server using its position (No.) in the list -passive <on|off> . - Enables (default) or disables the passive mode -connect . . . . . . - Auto-connect to the current server -localdir <path> . . - Sets the local directory (path:to/dir) -remotedir <path> . - Sets the remote directory (/path/to/dir/) Example: RNOXfer -url "ftp://main.aminet.net/new" -connect The same arguments can be used as icon tooltypes, by omitting the "-" prefix. Examples: SELECT=2 CONNECT REMOTEDIR=/incoming/ HISTORY ------- Version 1.3: - Added support for the SFTP protocol - Added support for large files - Added an option to use graphic enhanced buttons in the program GUI - Transfer speeds are displayed in the progress gauge - Added an option to show directory names in bold text - Directory creating failures are handled better - Fixed handling of links with the full path - Added an option to verify uploads - Added selection information within the status line - Status line indicates if the selected files are equal on both sides - Better URL encoding when copying URLs to the clipboard - Pattern selection interprets #? as a wildcard now - More verbose delete requester - Added a password requester if no password is set when connecting - Added a command line argument for the passive mode (defaults to pasv now) - Minor tweaking Version 1.2: - An overlooked debug line broke recursive downloading in v1.1 - Drag & drop failed for icons with no actual file or directory - Added options to launch external programs after transfers Version 1.1: - Fixed handling of certain special characters in filenames - Added drag & drop uploading - Added an option to hide the local lister - Added file selection functionality by pattern matching - Added an option to view or download double-clicked files - Improved local drag & drop - Improved advanced.conf functionality - Changed the default viewer setting to C:WBRun on OS4 - Minor tweaking WEB --- - Please visit http://jpv.wmhost.com/jpv_software/ for screenshots, support, donations, and other software - This program is made with Hollywood: http://www.hollywood-mal.com/ THANKS TO --------- - Neil Pearson for testing and proof-reading - Densho/RNO for the logo - Martin 'Mason' Merz for AISS toolbar icons DISCLAIMER ---------- This software is made available to you as DONATIONWARE. If you use this software, please make a PayPal donation to the author. The author accepts no liability for any damage caused to your system, other connected peripherals, or data files in any way by using this software.
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