pyftpdlib 0.6.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : MIT License
CreatedCreated : Jan 25, 2011
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The library has seen success, being used by famous projects like Google Chromium, Bazaar VCS and included in Debian, Fedora and FreeBSD package repositories.
Developers can easily write asynchronous ftp_server with Python code.
pyftpdlib by Giampaolo Rodola is currently the most complete RFC-959 FTP server implementation available for the Python programming language.
Most important functions of pyftpdlib 0.6.0:

• Entirely written in pure Python, no third party modules are used. It works on any system where select( ) or poll( ) is available.

• Extremely flexible system of "authorizers" able to manage both "virtual" and "real" users on on both Windows and UNIX.

• Works with Python 2. 4, 2. 5, 2. 6 and 2. 7.

• Support for FTPS (FTP over TLS/SSL). New in 0. 6. 0

• Native support for virtual users and virtual filesystem.

• Support for recent FTP commands like MLSD and MLST (RFC-3659).

• Support for FXP, site-to-site transfers.

• Support for IPv6 (RFC-2428).

• NAT/Firewall support with PASV/EPSV passive mode connections.

• Bandwidth throttling.

• Support for resumed transfers.

• Per-user permissions configurability.

• Maximum connections limit.

• Per-source-IP limits.

• Configurable idle timeouts for both control and data channels.

• Compact: main library is distributed as a single stand-alone module (ftpserver. py).

• Python 2. 4 up to 2. 7
News in the current pyftpdlib [pyftpdlib0.6.0.exe] version:


issue #68: added full FTPS (FTP over SSL/TLS) support provided by new TLS_FTPHandler class defined in pyftpdlib - 0MB. contrib. handlers module.

• Issue #86: pyftpdlib 0.6.0 now reports all ls and MDTM timestamps as GMT times, as recommended in RFC-3659. A FTPHandler. use_gmt_times attributed has been added and can be set to False in case local times are desired instead.

• Issue #124: pyftpdlib now accepts command line options to configure a stand alone anonymous FTP server when running pyftpdlib with python's -m option.

• Issue #125: logs are now provided in a standardized format parsable by log analyzers. FTPHandler class provides two new methods to standardize both commands and transfers logging: log_cmd() and log_transfer().

• Issue #127: added FTPHandler. masquerade_address_map option which allows you to define multiple 1 to 1 mappings in case you run a FTP server with multiple private IP addresses behind a NAT firewall with multiple publicIP addresses.

• Issue #128: files and directories owner and group names and os. readlink are now resolved via AbstractedFS methods instead of in format_list().

• Issue #129 and #139: added 4 new callbacks to FTPHandler class:on_incomplete_file_sent(), on_incomplete_file_received(), on_login() and on_logout().

• Issue #130: added UnixAuthorizer and WindowsAuthorizer classes defined in the new pyftpdlib. contrib. authorizers module.

• Issue #131: pyftpdlib is now able to serve both IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time by using a single socket.

• Issue #133: AbstractedFS constructor now accepts two argumets: root and cmd_channel breaking compatibility with previous version. Also, root and and cwd attributes became properties. The previous bug consisting in re-setting the root from the ftp handler after user login has been fixed to ease the development of subclasses.

• Issue #134: enabled TCP_NODELAY socket option for the FTP command channels resulting in pyftpdlib being twice faster.

• Issue #135: Python 2. 3 support has been removed.

• Issue #137: added new pyftpdlib. contrib. filesystems module within UnixFilesystem class which permits the client to escape its home directory and navigate the real filesystem.

• Issue #138: added DTPHandler. get_elapsed_time() method which returns the transfer elapsed time in seconds.

• Issue #144: a "username" parameter is now passed to authorizer's terminate_impersonation() method.

• Issue #149: ftpserver. proto_cmds dictionary refactoring and get rid of _CommandProperty class.


• Issue #120: an ActiveDTP() instance is not garbage collected in case a client issuing PORT disconnects before establishing the data connection.

• Issue #122: a wrong variable name was used in AbstractedFS. validpath method.

• Issue #123: PORT command doesn't bind to correct address in case an alias is created for the local network interface.

• Issue #140: pathnames returned in PWD response should have double-quotes '"' escaped.

• Issue #143: EINVAL not properly handled causes server crash on OSX.

• Issue #146: SIZE and MDTM commands are now rejected unless the "l" permission has been specified for the user.

• Issue #150: path traversal bug.

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