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Old 02-28-2004, 03:15 PM   #1
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Default [iTCL] 'file size ..' returns 0 on POST STOR/RETR ?

for some reason when running itcl script on POST STOR/RETR,

Code:
set s [file size $path]
returns '0'

but on getting the size of another existing file elsewhere that hasnt just been STOR/RETR returns the size properly ? :/
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Old 02-28-2004, 03:17 PM   #2
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What is the value of $path ?
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Old 02-28-2004, 09:37 PM   #3
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it _always_ points to directory. You need to combine arguments with path to get filename.
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Old 02-28-2004, 10:04 PM   #4
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i know, i know .. ok, ill call the var $mypath,

$mypath IS set to a valid filename,

ie.
$mypath == "C:/this/file.r01"


try yourself, you'll see
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Old 02-28-2004, 11:18 PM   #5
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You're doing something wrong in your code. file size works just fine here, even in post STOR event.

Test using ioisotopehelper custom command:
[FTP_Custom_Commands]
ioIsotopeHelper = TCL ..\scripts\ioIsotope.itcl

Quote:
[23:14:32] [L] site ioisotopehelper cidx
[23:14:32] [L] 200-CIDX;3;Mouton;Admins;*;127.0.0.1;pomme2k3;download ;RETR test1.rar;/race/test/;/race/test/test1.rar;2004-02-28 23:14:12;20;18;5.0;196608;15000000;
[23:14:32] [L] 200 Command successful.
Last number is file size in bytes... See code below.

Test using post stor event:
[FTP_Post-Command_Events]
stor = TCL ..\scripts\ioIsotope.itcl cidx

Quote:
[23:14:40] [L] Opening data connection IP: 127.0.0.1 PORT: 1034
[23:14:40] [L] STOR SomeHeader.h
[23:14:40] [L] 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for SomeHeader.h.
[23:14:40] [L] CIDX;3;Mouton;Admins;*;127.0.0.1;pomme2k3;download ;RETR test1.rar;/race/test/;/race/test/test1.rar;2004-02-28 23:14:12;28;26;5.0;196608;15000000;
[23:14:43] [L] 226 Transfer complete.
[23:14:43] Transferred: SomeHeader.h 6 KB in 2.22 (2.72 KBps)
Worked too... file size = 15000000 bytes...

itcl code used:
Quote:
switch $status {
0 { set status "idle" }
1 { set status "download" ; set filesize [file size [resolve pwd [lindex $data 8]]]}
2 { set status "upload" ; set filesize [file size [resolve pwd [lindex $data 8]]]}
3 { set status "list" }
}
iputs "CIDX;[lindex $data 0];[resolve uid [lindex $data 1]];[resolve gid $gid];[lindex $data 2];[lindex $data 3];[lindex $data 4];$status;[lindex $data 6];[lindex $data 7];[lindex $data 8];$logintime;$logindiff;[lindex $data 10];[lindex $data 11];[lindex $data 12];$filesize;"
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Old 05-06-2004, 04:07 PM   #6
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not entirely sur what u want i suppose the file size of ur dir ..

PHP Code:
foreach [glob -nocomplain -type f -dir $path *] {
  if {[
info exists i]} { 
    
set i [expr [file size $x]+$i]
  } else {
    
set i [file size $x]
  }
}
return 
$i 
for main dir rerun it for every dir .. to do it restructive ..
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Old 05-06-2004, 11:37 PM   #7
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It's propably smarter to set i to 0, before entering that loop to remove one extra if
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