RSE show other bugs. Comment 6 Martin Oberhuber Comment 13 Martin Oberhuber Comment 3 Martin Oberhuber It turned out that Commons Net 3.
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FTPClient truncates file storeFile method. If so, you should click the “checkmark” next to it to accept nrt answer It turned out that Commons Net 3.
Commons Net example source code file (pom.xml)
Comment 9 Martin Oberhuber All users are encouraged to upgrade to 3. Any concrete bugfixes you need?
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See How to use a wildcard in the classpath to add multiple jars? If it’s just to ease the life of downstream and 3.
Comment 2 Martin Oberhuber This release is binary compatible with 2. Did either answer solve your problem? For Junoupdating the lib can be considered, but I’d also like to try and avoid updating the lib multiple times since that’s work each time.
Comment 10 Martin Oberhuber That release of Commons Net is binary compatible, but there are few minor changes in source compatibility some methods throw IOException now. Comment 8 Martin Oberhuber I just got notice that Commons Net 3. Comment 4 Martin Oberhuber I did a brief smoke test of FTP and telnet, and found two bugs: The task of updating to the Orbit R-Build will be tracked in bug Comment 12 Martin Oberhuber Attachments Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc.
That could be done in an Indigo SR I guess, but each project using commons net would have to do it separately. In my program I imported org. Alternatively, commlns a classpath wildcard to add all JARs in a given directory.
Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: Sign up using Email and Password. Comment 5 Martin Oberhuber Comment 6 Martin Oberhuber For details see the Commons Net Release Notes .