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version 0.1 on Jan 5th, 2011

A zc.buildout recipe for Plone sites that configures an ftp upload proxy with resume support in front of Zope's Medusa FTP. Plone users can login using their username and password. When a file is succefully uploaded it is moved to the user's home folder in Plone.

Supported options

The recipe supports the following options:

address
    host and port to listen on. Defaults to port 21

zope_ftp_address
    host and port of the zope ftp. Defaults to 127.0.0.1:8021

path
    path of the target folder in Zope. Defaults to /Plone/Members/%s where %s is the username

tmp_dir
    temporary directory where files will be uploaded. Defaults to /tmp/PloneFTP

login_message
    custom login message. Defaults to "Welcome to Plone FTP. Your uploaded file may not be visible in FTP when the upload has finished. Go to your Plone site member folder to see your file."

logout_message
    custom logout message. Defaults to "Thanks for using Plone FTP!"

Credits

Created by unweb.me

Based on plumiftp by Andy Nicholson and Victor Rajewski.

Development sponsored by engagemedia.org

Contributors

Dimitris Moraitis, dimo at unweb.me Andy Nicholson, andy at infiniterecursion.com.au Victor Rajewski, vik at engagemedia.org

Change history

0.1 (2010-11-22)

  • Initial release [dimo]
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