mixed Net_FTP::get (
bool $overwrite = false
int $mode = null
This downloads a file from the FTP server to the computer your script runs on.
string $remote_file - The file you'd like to download. This could either
be an absolute or relative path to a file (not a directory! see:
string $local_file -
The destination you'd like to download the file to (including filename, not directory!). You
can specify this with either an absolute path or a path relative to the scripts directory.
(Beware: The script directory is determined by the called script, if you use includes!)
bool $overwrite = false -
Whether to overwrite the local file if it exists, or not. if not set the file will not be
int $mode = null -
This has to be one of the constants FTP_ASCII or
FTP_BINARY. if not specified, the class will
try to determine the mode from the file extension (from extensions.ini) or
fall back to the standard transfer mode (attribute).
mixed - true on success, otherwise PEAR::Error.
Several errors may be returned by get. The errornumber is unspecific (until now) and will not tell you anything about the errormessage. Possible errors are:
|Local file '$local_file' exists and may not be overwriten.||The local file you specified exists and you did not specify to overwrite it.||Set parameter $overwrite = true.|
|Local file '$file' is not writeable. Can not overwrite.||You specified to overwrite the localfile. This did not work.||Maybe you don't have the permission to overwrite the file. Check the filepermissions.|
|File '$remote_file' could not be downloaded to '$local_file'.||The download of the remote file failed.||This may have several reasons: Maybe the remote file does not exist or the local directory you wanted to download to does not exist or is not writeable.|
This function can not be called statically.
var_dump($test->get('foo/bar.zip', '/tmp/downloaded.zip', true, FTP_BINARY));