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ftpcp - copy files from a FTP server to the local machine
ftpcp ftp://host[:port]/directory local-dir
ftpcp host[:post] /directory local-dir
ftpcp is a frontend to the ftpcopy program. Calling
ftpcp arguments ...
has exactly the same results as calling
ftpcopy -n arguments ...
or, in other words: ftpcp calls ftpcopy -n, so that files already in
the local directory are not deleted.
Uwe Ohse, email@example.com
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