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Network.FTP.Client.Parser
Portabilitysystems with networking
Stabilityprovisional
MaintainerJohn Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org>
Contents
Utilities
Description

This module provides a parser that is used internally by Network.FTP.Client. You almost certainly do not want to use this module directly. Use Network.FTP.Client instead.

Written by John Goerzen, jgoerzen@complete.org

Synopsis
parseReply :: String -> FTPResult
parseGoodReply :: String -> IO FTPResult
toPortString :: SockAddr -> IO String
fromPortString :: String -> IO SockAddr
debugParseGoodReply :: String -> IO FTPResult
respToSockAddr :: FTPResult -> IO SockAddr
type FTPResult = (Int, [String])
forceioresp :: Int -> FTPResult -> IO ()
parseDirName :: FTPResult -> Maybe String
Documentation
parseReply :: String -> FTPResult
Parse a FTP reply. Returns a (result code, text) pair.
parseGoodReply :: String -> IO FTPResult
Parse a FTP reply. Returns a (result code, text) pair. If the result code indicates an error, raise an exception instead of just passing it back.
toPortString :: SockAddr -> IO String

Converts a socket address to a string suitable for a PORT command.

Example:

 toPortString (SockAddrInet (PortNum 0x1234) (0xaabbccdd)) ->
                              "170,187,204,221,18,52"
fromPortString :: String -> IO SockAddr
Converts a port string to a socket address. This is the inverse calculation of toPortString.
debugParseGoodReply :: String -> IO FTPResult
Parse a FTP reply. Logs debug messages.
respToSockAddr :: FTPResult -> IO SockAddr
Converts a response code to a socket address
type FTPResult = (Int, [String])
Utilities
forceioresp :: Int -> FTPResult -> IO ()
parseDirName :: FTPResult -> Maybe String
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