Net::FTP 2.67: Differentiate between TIMEOUT and EMPTY LS? 
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 Net::FTP 2.67: Differentiate between TIMEOUT and EMPTY LS?

Net::FTP 2.67, available with libnet 1.13, appears to have solved many
of the timeout issues of earlier versions.  What is the PERL logic to
differentiate between an LS command on an EMPTY directory and a timeout
of the LS command on a directory containing files?  An example would be
most helpful.  Thanks.

Sat, 24 Sep 2005 02:36:38 GMT  
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