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RE: multiple upload syntax?

From: Roth, Kevin P. <>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 12:44:22 -0400

-----Original Message-----
From: Rich Gray
Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2003 9:14 AM

> D) curl -T files(s) site1 site2 site3 \
> -T file(s) -T file(s) siteA siteB

> Option D would allow one to transfer sets of files to
> multiple sites.

Good idea. That gets my vote!

> 3. When a -T is encountered after a URL, clear the upload files
> list so we can start over. (Or do it explicitly with
> -T "" to allow the files list to grow.)

-T "" seems wierd to me. Maybe it's just me...
I know '-T -' is out (used for specifying stdin), and '-T'
isn't an option by itself because it requires an argument.
What about a --no-T? Or even just require the user to split
it among multiple curl commands?

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Received on 2003-08-22