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Attended Monk
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Time stamp

Post by Attended Monk » Sun Mar 02, 2003 4:16 pm

I usually have multiple uploads or downloads going, because I'm on dialup I put them in the global queue and only allow 1 at a time. It would be really useful if the log for each one had a timestamp of each command so I could see what was happening and when. A local time would be best (because I dont know the servers time:))

Really great prog, keep it going.

Attended Monk
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Re: Time stamp

Post by Attended Monk » Tue Mar 11, 2003 7:24 pm

After playing with the settings Inoticed that you can opt to have a timestamp displayed on the log, but it only disp[lays the time when the log is opened, not when the command was executed. Is this correct?, could it be modified to show the command time?

Thanks

darix
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Re: Time stamp

Post by darix » Tue Mar 11, 2003 9:48 pm

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[22:44:07]     PASV



[22:44:07] 227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,34,1,188,147)



[22:44:07]     Opening data connection IP: 192.168.34.1 PORT: 48275.



[22:44:07]     LIST foo



[22:44:07] 150 Accepted data connection



[22:44:07]     0 bytes received successfully. (0 B/s) (00:00:01).



[22:44:07] 226-Options: -a -l 



[22:44:07] 226 0 matches total



[22:44:58]     NOOP



[22:44:58] 200 dc.w $4E71




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+- SmartFTP ---------------------------



Version           : 1.0.974.7



Time Stamp        : 2003-03-01 01:59:03




seems you are wrong.

darix

succo
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Re: Time stamp

Post by succo » Tue Mar 11, 2003 10:12 pm

he means the global queue log, and Attended Monk is right... the timestamp changes only if u leave the log opened
yes, it should be a nice feature

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