It would be nice to have some progress indicator on command line. Now it simply shows "Downloading...." and then user has no idea how long it takes or either if the whole system has blocked.
Could the solution be if you have possibility to choose what to log to logfile and what to screen. This is actually an other usefull feature I was missing. Then I could have some things just printed and some going to log file.
Also progress printing period could be an option with default (0=newer). In this way feature does not effect to any old systems, but it could be set to e.g 60 sec.
Also would be good idea to have some timeout for transfer. It could be defined by min. speed. So if I set timeout to 50, I expect minimum speed to 50 KB/s and would get timeout for 100MB transfer at 100 MB/50kB/s=2000 s. In this way I could use scheduled scripts.
I could use GUI in most of my current solutions, but normal users are not used to computers like we and so they does not like several different windows. My tasks are also too complicated to write with SriptFTP language, so there are some pre tasks and post tasks done by batch around ScriptFTP call.
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