SUMMARY OF REVISION A.04 CHANGES

FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOL (FTP)

The following list summarizes the fixes and enhancements introduced at the A.04 software revision level.

  1. Added FTP client options command.

SUMMARY OF REVISION A.03 CHANGES

FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOL (FTP)

The following list summarizes the fixes and enhancements introduced at the A.03 software revision level.

  1. Added support for IPS-2 users.
  2. Added code to support SITE command on server with 3 command string choices: format, dir, fd. (MCSFTP module)
  3. Added set socket option call for SO_REUSEADDR. (MCSFTP module)
  4. Changed connect call to listen/accept sequence. (MCSFTP module)
  5. Changed size of I/O buffer to limit socket I/O to MODCOMP IPS-2 limits. (MCSFTP and FTPFUN modules)
  6. Deleted dump of socket structure code on error to make compatible with MODCOMP IPS-2 socket system. (MCSFTP and FTPFUN modules)
  7. Added conditional define of MAXHOSTNAMELEN and PF_INET, missing in MODCOMP includes. (MCSFTP and FTPFUN modules)
  8. Added conditional define of MAXHOSTNAMELEN, missing in MODCOMP includes. (CMDS module)
  9. Added text specifier to mioopen call for text files. (CMDS module)
  10. Added code to get our local IP address from command socket to bind to our data socket to allow listen call to work. (CMDS module)
  11. Added code to treat File Manager error 27 the same as error 20. (MCSIOA module)
  12. Added optional compress modes to mioopen call to allow specification of compressed, uncompressed, SED compress, and auto selection of compression. (MCSIO package of modules)
  13. Added code to compression routine to not store nul terminator as 81st character if SED compression is selected. (MCSIO package of modules)

SUMMARY OF REVISION A.02 CHANGES

FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOL (FTP)

The following list summarizes the fixes and enhancements introduced at the A.02 software revision level.

  1. Added new module PASSWD to implement optional password security.
  2. Added command line options for $EXE FTP so the user can toggle verbose mode, disable automatic user name/password prompts, and/or specify remote host by name or internet address for autoconnect.
  3. Verbose on, automatic user name/password prompts, and no autoconnect request are now the default conditions for $EXE FTP.