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Is there a way to send files to some site, using DM code?
Look up the ftp() proc in the ref.
In response to Popisfizzy (#1)
I don't think that helps too much...

unless you mean...
world.Export("ftp://ftp.somesite.com",ftp(src.icon))
In response to Tubutas (#2)
Do you want to send something to another client or to a website?
In response to Popisfizzy (#3)
I said a website....
In response to Tubutas (#4)
-cough-bump-cough-

Seriously stop ignoring me and help me out...
In response to Tubutas (#5)
Tubutas wrote:
-cough-bump-cough-

Seriously stop ignoring me and help me out...
Why should we? This isn't some kind of support line where all your questions get magically answered.
In response to Flame Sage (#6)
Flame Sage wrote:
Tubutas wrote:
-cough-bump-cough-

Seriously stop ignoring me and help me out...
Why should we? This isn't some kind of support line where all your questions get magically answered.

Why shouldn't you? Seems to me you have nothing better to do than to check the forums, and flame my post. If you have nothing better to do help someone out.

"If you have nothing Nice to say don't say anything"-My Mom
In response to Tubutas (#7)
Thing is, that's just relative. He was asking a question and pointing out a fact. I'd say that was hardly mean.
In response to Popisfizzy (#8)
eh i got a feeling someones going to lock this soon since its veering off subject from the original ftp to website thing but sorry i don't know how to do that x.x (I dont think its possible)
In response to Inuyashaisbest (#9)
I'm pretty sure it is. You use world.Export(). I don't know and don't feel like checking, though. You would need something like PHP on the recieving end, though.
Tubutas wrote:
Is there a way to send files to some site, using DM code?

No. Exception: the files are text files. In this case you may be able to cheat by sending to some kind of PHP script, albeit the GET protocol will severely limit the amount of data you can send. It's possible to circumvent this protocol by running your own BYOND server next to your website, and using that to retrieve the data.

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