[nycbug-talk] ftp client....

Brad Schonhorst bschonhorst
Mon May 24 11:38:49 EDT 2004

On May 24, 2004, at 9:28 AM, Bob Ippolito wrote:

> On May 24, 2004, at 9:19 AM, Pete Wright wrote:
>> George Georgalis wrote:
>>> Thought the nycbug folks might know this as well as anyone...  I'm
>>> looking for an ftp client that runs on Mac, needs be GUI, idiot proof
>>> and have ability to do recursive put on a bsd-ftpd directory with 
>>> mode
>>> 333. Any ideas?
>> fetch for OSX is your best shot in my opinion 
>> (http://www.fetchsoftworks.com/).  you have to pay like $20 for it, 
>> but considering i've been using fetch for free since the mid 90's i 
>> think it's worth it.
> There's also RBrowser (which wraps, or at least used to wrap, the CLI 
> utilities with a Cocoa UI) and Transmit (another classic).  I don't 
> have any significant experience with any of them though.

Don't forget fugu which uses sftp and scp.  It does not support 
recursive deletion or directory download though.


-Brad Schonhorst

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