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    File Downloading


    Anyone has a good download script?

    I plan to include upload/download options for web based RH8 server.

    I've finished the upload part now.
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    Moved to the Scripts forum from PHP
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    Re: File Downloading


    Originally posted by stunned
    Anyone has a good download script?

    I plan to include upload/download options for web based RH8 server.

    I've finished the upload part now.
    oh no i mean a PHP script....
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    Re: Re: File Downloading


    Originally posted by stunned
    oh no i mean a PHP script....
    Actually, regardless of the particular language you're looking for, the Scripts forum is the place for this kind of post...

    Have you checked hotscripts, sourceforge, google, etc. ?
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    Thanks. Silly me.

    I've completed one of my own. Now i'm moving on to versioning.
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    Originally posted by stunned
    Thanks. Silly me.

    I've completed one of my own. Now i'm moving on to versioning.
    If you've completed your own, why not post the code for it? I'm sure there are a ton of developers who would appreciate your script...
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    Thats a good suggestion....but fact is i just hyperlinked all the files to be downloaded....abit lazy on my part

    PHP Code:

    if ($alistdir)

         {
        
    $x = ($y);
        }
        else
        {
        
    $alistdir = ("/Uploads");
        }

    $listdir = ("..$alistdir");

        if (
    $alistdir) {
         print (
    "<font face=\"Courier New, Courier, mono\" size=\" \">Current directory = $alistdir\n</font>");
            print 
    "<br>";
            print 
    "<p>";
            print (
    "<font face=\"Courier New, Courier, mono\" size=\"2\">$alistdir contains:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Last Modified</font>");
            print 
    "<br>";
            print 
    "<p>";
            print 
    "<p>";
            
    $dir opendir("$listdir");
            while (
    $file readdir($dir)) {
            if (
    $file != '..' && $file !='.'){
            
    $Temp $file;
            
    $last_modified filemtime("$file");
            echo (
    "<font face=\"Courier New, Courier, mono\" size=\"2\"><a href=\"$listdir/$file\">$file\n</a></font> ");
            print(
    date(" m/j/y h:i "$last_modified));
            print (
    "<br>"); 
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    I'm now moving on to a script to force download files that are of .php extensions.

    btw the code i posted is extracted from two open source projects and pieced together........
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    Originally posted by stunned
    I'm now moving on to a script to force download files that are of .php extensions.

    btw the code i posted is extracted from two open source projects and pieced together........
    You can force this by using the header() function... search on the PHP forum for 'php download', you'll find code for this posted.
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