This should be fairly simple for the experienced PHP developer. PLEASE SEE ATTACHED [url removed, login to view], AND [url removed, login to view] FILE. I have a PHP script that I need to modifications made to. Here's what the script does: I have a cron job that executes '[url removed, login to view]' every 30 minutes. [url removed, login to view] establishes an FTP connection to a remote server. The script performs a directory listing on the remote directory, and compares the remote files with local files. If the files are a different size, then the remote file is copied to the local dir using the same name. Here's what I want the [url removed, login to view] to do: Establish a ftp connection to a remote FTP server. Copy a specific file from the remote dir to the local dir every time the script runs (no conditions on this file). Copy *.png files from the remote server to the local dir ONLY if the remote file has a newer MODIFIED DATE/TIME than the local file. If the local file doesn't exist, then copy from remote to local dir. Here's the main thing... ALL COPIED FILES NEED TO PRESERVE THEIR MODIFIED DATE/TIME.
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Needs to be PHP5 compatible