I have created a PHP-script to update a web server that is live inside a local directory. I'm migrating the script into Python. It works fine for the most part, but after a PUT command, the size of the file appears to change. Thus, the size of the file is different from that of the file on the server.
Once I download again the file from the FTP server, the only difference is the CR/LF mark. This annoys me because the same script is comparing the size of the files to update. Also, in case it means anything, the script works perfectly in PHP vía ftp_put.
from ftplib import FTP ftpserver = "myserver" ftpuser = "myuser" ftppass = "mypwd" locfile = "g:/test/style.css" ftpfile = "/temp/style.css" try: ftp = FTP(ftpserver, ftpuser, ftppass) except: exit ("Cannot connect") f = open (locfile, "r") try: ftp.delete (ftpfile) except: pass # ftp.sendcmd ("TYPE I") # ftp.storlines("STOR %s" % ftpfile, f) ftp.storbinary("STOR %s" % ftpfile, f) f.close() ftp.dir (ftpfile) ftp.quit()