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right click file and ftp

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reeeeally dont know too much about autoit! but looks cool and i did a wee program

with it. done some vbscript stuff.

please could anyone point me in the right direction....

Is it possible to right click a file/files in explorer and "send to" ftp destination

(reading host, userName and password from a text file?)

thanks in advance

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Basically you are wanting Shell Integration?

I havent seen this done in AutoIt. Not saying it isnt possible, but that is going to take some research and hard work to accomplish.

Might want to check into DLLCall() and DLLStruct() functions in the latest beta. They may be able to help you out in your endeavor.

JS


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i made some FTP functions.

I DO NOT KNOW IF THEY STILL WORK, DUE TO PROBLEMS WITH MY FTP SERVER I CANNOT TEST/DEBUG EM !

you can find them in my sig.

(FTPxxx should still work though. but its bad.)


My UDF's:;mem stuff_Mem;ftp stuff_FTP ( OLD );inet stuff_INetGetSource ( OLD )_INetGetImage _INetBrowse ( Collection )_EncodeUrl_NetStat_Google;random stuff_iPixelSearch_DiceRoll

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hey wouter, if you need a test ftp server you can use mine

the only problem is that it only works in active mode, pasv does not work for some reason

pm or post if you are interested, ill email or pm you the info


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i mean adding the function to the context isnt that hard, its just a reg file to call the script. i'm not sure though how to pass the file name to the script from there. If you can pass a variable to a script when calling it it would be possible.

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