Old 06-03-2004, 08:09 AM   #31
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hi all

i do all you say...

and i test cmd !new after create some dir
ex: TEST 1 and TEST 2

iocmdnew.log are create in ..\scripts\ioCMDNew

check this out

06-03-2004 14:59:30 Me ADMiNS ANiM TES
06-03-2004 14:59:23 Me ADMiNS ANiM TES

but if i try cmd !new i see :
<^^HuHu> [OvErDoZ] :: [NEWDIR] + Latest 10 releases for section: all
<^^HuHu> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
<^^HuHu> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

so i test fxp dir with sfv but the same.


thanks to help a poor french smokerman )
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Old 07-12-2004, 05:31 AM   #32
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workes fine here, but is it possible to have dir to be checked like /hdd1/bla/ ??? Cause its not working here with that. With /bla/ it works.

thx 4 helping
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Old 07-14-2004, 02:08 PM   #33
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workes fine here, but is it possible to have dir to be checked like /hdd1/bla/ ??? Cause its not working here with that. With /bla/ it works.

thx 4 helping
Hmm .. How do you meen ? .. ioCMDNew checks only for the "main" release dir. So all other SUB folders are NOT counted as releases , As "subs" , "samples" or "DVD1" and so on. It is built this way. Or how did you meen ?

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Old 07-14-2004, 02:30 PM   #34
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I meant, ppl are allowed to create dirs in /upload/articles/ for example. And i wanted the Script to show the newest dirs inside "/upload/articles/".

But from your post I guess its not possile?
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Old 07-15-2005, 09:22 AM   #35
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Well, I admit I'm very new to this, so PICNIC may apply, but I just can't get this to work:

Quote:
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ioFTPD.ini:
Quote:
[FTP_Post-Command_Events]
mkd = ..\Scripts\iocmdnew\iocmdnew.exe newdir
;mkd =
;rmd =
;stor =
;dele =
dele = EXEC ..\scripts\ioZS\ioZS.exe Delete

[FTP_Custom_Commands]
## SITE <trigger> <parameters>
#
# trigger = !file # Show file
# trigger = @string # Alias
# trigger = EXEC script.exe # Execute file.exe
# trigger = %EXEC script.exe # Execute file.exe (translate cookies)
# trigger = TCL script.itcl # Execute file.itcl
#
## Examples
# welcome = !..\text\ftp\welcome.msg
# rehash = @config rehash
# exec = EXEC ..\scripts\exec.bat
# myinfo = %TCL ..\scripts\whoami.itcl %[$user]
# cat = TCL ..\scripts\showfile.itcl
#
TCL = TCL ..\scripts\test2.itcl
#TCL = TCL ..\scripts\bottalk.itcl
BAT = EXEC d:\test.bat
ioGuiExt = EXEC d:\who\ioGuiExt.exe
rescan = EXEC ..\scripts\ioZS\ioZS.exe Rescan
help = TCL ..\scripts\ioHelp\ioHelp.itcl
NEW = ..\scripts\iocmdnew\iocmdnew.exe list

[Ftp-SITE-Permissions]
help = *
new = !A *

iocmdnew.ini
Quote:
#######################
# path to your ioFTPd #
#######################
location=c:\ioFTPD\logs


###############################################
# list your sections with SPACE as separator. #
###############################################
sections=MVIDS etc etc



[end]
Any help would be very much appreciated!
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Old 07-17-2005, 09:56 AM   #36
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New Version => http://www.ioftpd.com/board/showthr...d=8494#post8494 => Link bad, arff ...
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