|Subject:||[Duplicity-talk] @ symbol in username on ftp connection url|
|Date:||Mon, 16 Oct 2006 08:51:41 -0700|
Ok, so have been using Duplicity with the ftp backend. Now I have to switch to a different ftp server. The username on the new server has an ‘@’ symbol in it and I have no control over this. This makes the connection url something like ftp://address@firstname.lastname@example.org -- I think this is breaking duplicity. I took a look at the backend.py file and it would appear that it won’t parse correctly for this kind of string. I am really not a python programmer but am familiar with a number of other languages.
Does anyone have any thoughts on how to handle this situation? I am not familiar with the ftplib so I wanted to check to see if someone was familiar with how the Duplicity code interacted with it before I started trying to change anything.
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