|Subject:||List files with TIdHTTP?|
|Posted by:||Greg Bullock (bullo…@mrcmry.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Apr 2004|
Is there a way to use a TIdHTTP to list all the downloadable files matching
a mask (e.g., "*.txt") from a web site?
I know the FTP class has something like this, but when I ftp (from the
command line) to the site I'm interested in, I can't seem to view its
directory structure (the ls command returns an empty list), so I'm not sure
they're really supporting public ftp downloads.
With a web browser, I can download all the *.txt files I care about, and I'd
like to automate this, but the names of the *.txt files change occasionally,
so the automated process needs to first list all the files matching that