|Subject:||Possible FTP list parsing difficulties|
|Posted by:||Jeff Easton (jeff.east…@networkautomation.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Nov 2005|
I know this issue opens up all kinds of problems.
God knows I have spent way too much of my life on this problem in other
However I wanted to see if there was some solution that I could not find.
I have a directory listing from an FTP server, that has file dates.
I don't know what the server type is by the way.
The listing looks like this:
GRPDPPGMR 1601536 10/28/05 20:00:30 *FILE TS05102884
GRPDPPGMR *MEM TS05102884.TS05102884
GRPDPPGMR 2145280 10/31/05 20:00:33 *FILE TS05103185
GRPDPPGMR *MEM TS05103185.TS05103185
GRPDPPGMR 2125824 11/01/05 20:03:59 *FILE TS05110186
GRPDPPGMR *MEM TS05110186.TS05110186
( 6 lines total here )
As you can see, there is an Oct 28th, Oct 31st and Nov 1rst.
This listing ends up reading the Nov 1rst item as Jan 11th.
However, the Oct items are correct.
I have a little parse test app, and I was not able to find anyway to get
this to read correctly.
Is there any information on this?
Is it specific to this server type maybe?
Has it already been fixed, and my old Indy 10 libraries are just out of
Thanks for any info