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Author image 🦖🦜Graham Ollis🦃🦕
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NAME

AnyEvent::FTP::Client::Transfer - Transfer class for asynchronous ftp client

VERSION

version 0.16

SYNOPSIS

 use AnyEvent::FTP::Client;
 my $client = AnyEvent::FTP::Client;
 $client->connect('ftp://ftp.cpan.org')->cb(sub {

   # $upload_transfer and $download_transfer are instances of
   # AnyEvent::FTP::Client::Transfer
   my $upload_transfer = $client->stor('remote_filename.txt', 'content');

   my $buffer;
   my $download_transfer = $client->retr('remote_filename.txt', \$buffer);

 });

DESCRIPTION

This class represents a file transfer with a remote server. Transfers may be initiated between a remote file name and a local object. The local object may be a regular scalar, reference to a scalar or a file handle, for details, see the stor, stou, appe and retr methods in AnyEvent::FTP::Client.

This documentation covers what you can do with the transfer object once it has been initiated.

ROLES

This class consumes these roles:

EVENTS

This class provides these events:

open

Emitted when the data connection is opened, and passes in as its first argument the AnyEvent::Handle instance used to transfer the file.

 $xfer->on_open(sub {
   my($handle) = @_;
   # $handle isa AnyEvent::Handle
 });

close

Emitted when the transfer is complete, either due to a successful transfer or the server returned a failure status. Passes in the final AnyEvent::FTP::Client::Response message associated with the transfer.

 $xfer->on_close(sub {
   my($res) = @_;
   # $res isa AnyEvent::FTP::Client::Response
 });

eof

Emitted when the data connection closes.

 $xfer->on_eof(sub {
   # no args passed in
 });

METHODS

cb

Register a callback with the transfer to be executed when the transfer successfully completes, or fails. Works exactly like the AnyEvent condition variable cb method.

ready

Returns true if the transfer has completed (either successfully or not). If true, then it is safe to call recv to retrieve the response (Some event loops do not support calling recv before there is a message waiting).

recv

Retrieve the AnyEvent::FTP::Client::Response object.

remote_name

For STOU transfers ONLY, this returns the remote file name.

AUTHOR

Author: Graham Ollis <plicease@cpan.org>

Contributors:

Ryo Okamoto

Shlomi Fish

José Joaquín Atria

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Graham Ollis.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.