FTP Folder Copy or Delete: Copy or delete directories in a FTP server

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This class can be used to copy and delete directories on a remote FTP server.

It can traverse a given directory recursively and copy all its files sub-directories to a given directory on an FTP server. The original permissions are also set on the files and directories on the FTP server.

The class can also recursively traverse a given directory on the FTP server and remove it, including all its files and sub-directories.

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Sometimes you need to transfer many files to another server using FTP. PHP provides a built-in FTP extension, but recreating directories and copying many files can be a very tedious task.

This class provides a practical solution for copying or deleting large batches of files from FTP servers.

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