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What is tcpcmd?
tcpcmd is a Frontier suite of powerful Usertalk verbs that provide scripters with the most frequently used functions for developing internet applications like electronic mail, FTP file transfers, and WWW automation.
tcpcmd includes internet client scripts you can use "out of the box": sendMail, upload, download, getURL, and others. You can use tcpcmd to automate web retrievals and forms submissions. A rich suite of verbs for the supported protocols (FTP, HTTP, NNTP, POP, SMTP) allows scripters to develop their own internet client applications.
This is tcpcmd version 2.1.2.
Now works better with all flavors of Frontier 5.x, with or without NetEvents. FTP "active" transfers have been improved by some rework to tcpcmd's listen scripts. ABOR command now sent to reset host if PASV transfer attempt fails.
Listen rework may help with certain FTP hosts. ABOR command now sent to reset host if PASV transfer attempt fails.
Frontier 5.0.x and NetEvents (Mac), or
Frontier 5.0.x (Windows), or
Frontier 5.1.x (Windows or Mac, NetEvents optional for Mac)
The documentation for tcpcmd is online at tcpcmd Documentation.
Please report any problems to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have fun scripting the internet with tcpcmd!
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