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I want to download only php, html, css, xml and js files from FTP server. How to do this with WinSCP (4.2.4)?

  • In general, for this goal, it can be useful wget too. (Note it exists a version for windows too). Read the options to include only specified file pattern (*.css...) – Hastur Mar 6 '17 at 9:27
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(a simple app specific question like this belongs on the app's support forum, or perhaps SuperUser but not ServerFault, but as I know and I'm taking a work break I'll answer anyway)

You would have to use the Select Files command from the Mark menu (usually bound to the key numpad:+) and type your match pattern (i.e. *.php;*.js) into there. You can then operate on the selected files as usual.

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  • How to select files in subfolders too? "Including directories" option doesn't work. – Simon Perepelitsa Nov 11 '09 at 14:06
  • That is probably not possible. You would need a client that you could script. Or perhaps use another protocol if possible (for instance using rsync over the SSH connection if permitted by your server config - a combination of its --recursive option and --include/--exclude options woudl do what you are looking for). – David Spillett Nov 11 '09 at 15:33
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The answer by @David Spillett is correct for files in the current directory.

If you want to do this recursively, use a transfer file mask.

The mask would be the same as David suggested, i.e. *.php;*.js.

For more details, check file mask syntax.

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