Opened 20 years ago
Last modified 15 years ago
#1922 new Feature request
command line: start queue processing
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I've been very impressed with the FileZilla tool thus far.
However, I can see a possible improvement. Hopefully, I
haven't overlooked this functionality in the tool or it's
I'd like the ability to invoke FileZilla from the command
line. If I had a FileZilla Queue saved to a file, I'd like the
ability to from a command line do something like:
"C:\ftpdir\filezilla.exe 'myqueue.xml' -
and, without the interface opening up, see that FileZilla
is processing the queue and putting the log information
into the given log file.
Is this functionality present? Is it possible? Do you think
it may be included in the future?
Can I help :)
Thanks in advance for your response,
Taken from now deleted:
[ 1165687 ] Command Line - Start Queue Processing
In combination with the build in Scheduling Program in
Windows, a scheduled transfer can be done.
Schedule program there, and add the above command, and
schedule the tranfer to whenever. Close and forget, the
computer do the rest."
This is a possible usage scenario.