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From Mark Proctor <li...@markproctor.com>
Subject FTP Server and upload events
Date Sun, 01 Oct 2006 12:08:46 GMT
Is there an existing way to hook into an upload event so I can reforward 
a file  as an event? I've looked at the ftplet and while it emits events 
when the upload is finished, it does not expose the actually file it 
uploaded only a stream. I'm guessing if I re-opened the stream it would 
either fail or re-stream it from the client, both undesired effects.

If this is currently not possible I'm thinking of either adding a new 
param to the event that passes the File, or introduce a whole new event.

Mark
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