Re: Curlftpfs replacement?
- From: "Robert Blair Mason Jr." <rbmj@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2011 11:21:36 -0400
On Fri, 09 Sep 2011 14:52:06 +0000 (UTC)
Camaleón <noelamac@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, 09 Sep 2011 10:43:06 -0400, Robert Blair Mason Jr. wrote:
I do know that FTP doesn't use any encryption unless you use TLS,
which the servers I'm connecting to appear to use. My primary
motivation for mounting FTP is to make it easier for me to browse
and edit files on a few websites I'm working on.
What happened with the old-good-style of storing the website files
locally, run the required tests in a local environment to avoid
messing up the working production site and once all the testings are
done upload the files to the web server by means of a sftp client? :-)
My laziness happened, that's what!
Anyways, 99% of the time my changes are only content changes, not
actually making major breaking changes. I like to live
dangerously :-D. Seriously though, it's just for a few clubs at school,
if it breaks and there's 5 minutes of downtime while I try to fix it,
noone loses an eye.
Looking at the code for fusepy. It's simple enough I might just code
up a FTP module for fun...
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