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Old 04.03.2016, 00:18
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Default FTP recursive download

Hi, is it possible to download FTP folder recursively? Without entering parent directories, of course.
At the moment LinkGrabber shows only files from current folder. i.e., if FTP has structure like this:

ftp.com/foo/bar/
ftp.com/foo/bar/file1
ftp.com/foo/file2
ftp.com/foo/file3

LinkGrabber will parse ftp.com/foo/ and show only file2 and file3

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Old 04.03.2016, 04:20
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the decrypter plugin only does files, I don't see us adding recursive support.

My recommendation is to use a proper ftp client if you want a compressive ftp client. Ours is simple, just for grabbing the old file from ftp.
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Old 04.03.2016, 11:33
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At the moment this is not possible. Adding support for this can easily end up adding thousands of unwanted files. We would need some kind of *do you want to add this folder* or *do you want to recursive add this folder to depth xy* ?
I also recommend to better use a full feature ftp client for that. Do you really want to recursive into all subfolder or what exactly is your use case?
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Old 04.03.2016, 12:04
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GUI prompts are no good for API/Webui users though.
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Old 04.03.2016, 12:07
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Those are no issue anymore, because they can be displayed remotely
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Old 04.03.2016, 12:22
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