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Xfer Auto Path allows you to automatically set the folder for saving your incoming file transfers by some criteria such as buddy alias.
Some other criteria: protocol, account username, account alias, buddy username, contact alias or user directory.







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Put the list of criteria you want to test in the first field (eg Account Username or Account Alias) and in the second field enter the directory path to save the files in; eg /home/john/Desktop.
As you can see from the screenshot, the files are all saved into the folder Desktop.
Hope this helps.
Edit: I am testing this on XChat 2.8.8 and the Ubuntu 11.10.


You would want to use the trigger-mimetype package on your system. (There’s also a package called mimetype on my system but it also has too many dependencies for me to accept it as an answer here.)
With the mimetype package you could change the reply-to-acceptance-file to be put somewhere other than XChat’s temporary directory. It could be ~/accepted-files or ~/accepted-files-for-this-buddy, or you could even store the file in its own directory.
The only problem is then, you have to deal with adding that file after the accept-files process has run. I.e. you have to manually move the file.


how to use association classes in php?

I have a class
class Product {


class Author {


How should I be using these classes and also in how should I create an associated table as I would have two tables, one called products and one called authors.


You would normally only create the classes Product and Author. When you want to associate products and authors, you need to create a class called ProductAuthor. The ProductAuthor has a belongsToMany() relationship that associates both Product and Author with the ProductAuthor.
class Product {


class Author {


class ProductAuthor {
protected $product;
protected $author;

function __construct(){
$this->product = new Product();
$this->author = new Author();

function getProduct(){
return $this->product;

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Set the folder for saving your incoming file transfer(s) by some criteria such as the buddy alias (ie: greg@gmail.com), the protocol (ie: ssh), the user name (ie: greg) or the directory for the user directory (ie: greg)

I live in Mexico City, and ever since I started playing with PHP, I have not been able to reproduce a scenario where
(the newline character) is not working.

This article will be focused on the incompatibilities caused by the way PHP deals with newlines. First of all, let’s look at how
behaves in HTML. In HTML, the backslash itself represents a control character, and that usually means, something bad is going to happen.

The control character code for linefeed, in HTML is
. This is what makes it possible to write HTML with, for instance, newline-based paragraphs. In other words, a
in your HTML means a newline.

Now, in XML, which is an external format for HTML, the
is not a control character (it is not a reserved character). This is why we need to use it in the syntax of an element declaration:

PHP Paragraph Layout

// variables

The same thing with HTML:

First line Second line Third line

When PHP parses this, it sees that there is no tag and therefore doesn’t worry about the newline characters. When the document is generated in the browser, they are translated to a backslash “; then, the browser translates the backslashes back into newline characters, and we end up with the following HTML:

First line Second line Third line

This is how most browsers handle newlines. Not ours.

For our purpose

Xfer Auto Path

*Checks the users information when a incoming file transfer occurs.
*In the criteria that you set it to be, it will change the saving location.
*If you have some autosave routines configured on the Transfer Handler or have a service that saves the chats you receive with the chat handler, those autosave routines will work.
*When the incoming file transfer happens, it will go in the folder you set.
* The destination location can be changed in a few seconds.

I don’t see anything on that page that says it affects more than your account or your service though, so it is likely that it does not.
To confirm this, you can create a small utility that calls into your code to talk to the server and read it’s settings.

I don’t use that software, so I can’t say for sure, but I would expect the settings to be stored in your database somewhere. If you have any
settings that you can’t find then look in the user database in the folder where the settings are stored.

Did you check the folder where the settings are stored? Is the path configured properly?

I don’t use that software, so I can’t say for sure, but I would expect the settings to be stored in your database somewhere. If you have any
settings that you can’t find then look in the user database in the folder where the settings are stored.

Did you check the folder where the settings are stored? Is the path configured properly?

I’m not familiar with RK’s code.

I checked the folder path using explorer, and it is correct, so I presume it’s still set up properly. That is the setting I am changing, and
not finding anywhere else.

I am not trying to change any other settings.

I have checked the code, and there are two switches for “path” in the code.Density functional theory study on the ground and first excited states of C(n)F(2n+1).
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Date: 2018-12-02
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