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[REBOL] Re: read ftp:// error

From: agem:crosswinds at: 2-Jun-2001 14:16

[REBOL [] { Hi, Scott, Thorsten, Sterling, Brett, Anton regarding version-security i'm very reluctant to suggest this, after all our clever injection stuff, :) but maybe using the molded source is the safest thing? We can have version-check with 1234 = probe checksum mold ftp we can create patcher with parsing the source, instead of stepping through blocks. (Ok, not really needed.) we can rename the patched protocol, have original ftp:// and patched-ftp:// parallel then. (Hm, a 'make would do this too.) after that we write a %patched-ftp.r to be called by %user.r (more overhead.. but) this should be mostly version-safe? ok, gets pretty long now. maybe simply posting full source ;-) but the [probe checksum] is clever, yes? ;-) (hope it works everywhere..) -Volker } ;------ ;---------------- convert-date-source: { {not handy yet, insert please} } ;---------------- either 5772242 <> probe checksum mold system/schemes/ftp [ request/ok "wrong rebol-version! patched ftp disabled!" ] [ either not parse mold/only system/schemes/ftp [ copy begin thru { add-date: func [] [ month: } copy rest to end ] [request/ok "could not parse right. check script!"] [ body: rejoin [convert-date-source begin " convert-month " rest] save/header save-file: %patched-ftp.r compose/deep [ system/schemes: make system/schemes [ patched-ftp: (load body) ] ] [title: "patched ftp protocol"] ] ;check it do save-file probe first system/schemes ;read patched-ftp://something ] ]
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Am 01.06.01, 13:20:35, schrieb "GS Jones" <[gjones05--mail--orion--org]> zum Thema [REBOL] Re: read ftp:// error:
> Hi, Thorsten, Sterling, Volker, Brett, > This volleyball game now spans the globe. Brett, you are really going > to have to hit the ball hard from "Down Under"
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