Yafc – FTP client intended to be a replacement for the standard ftp program

Yafc is an FTP client intended to be a replacement for the standard ftp program. Features include directory cache, remote filename completion, aliases, colored ls, recursive get/put/ls/rm, nohup mode transfers, tagging (queueing), background downloading, and more.

Features include:

  • Cached directory listings.
  • Extensive tab completion.
  • Multiple connections open.
  • Automatic reconnect on timed out connections.
  • Aliases.
  • Colored ls.
  • Autologin and bookmarks.
  • Kerberos support (version 4 and 5, heimdal, kth-krb or MIT).
  • SFTP support (SSH2, supports .ssh/config).
  • Recursive get/put/fxp/rm/ls.
  • Stats after large get or put.
  • Nohup mode get and put.
  • Tagging (queueing) of files for later transferring.
  • Automatically enters nohup-mode when SIGHUP received (in get and put).
  • Redirection to local command or file (‘>’, ‘>>’ and ‘|’).
  • Proxy support.
  • Variable substitution for shell commands.
  • Ignore masks for uploads.
  • IPv6 support.

Website: yafc.sourceforge.net
Support: Project page
Developer: Martin Hedenfalk
License: GNU GPL v2

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