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Since the characters '?' and '*' are valid FTP filenames, how do I deal with that in IFtp.GetItems.
For example, I have a folder named "?" at the root, and when I try to enumerate it's contents, I will call:
ftp.GetItems("/?", TraversalMode.Recursive)
but this is giving me recursive contents of the root folder "/" instead.
How do I specify a literal "?" as the folder name? Any way to escape it?

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There is no way to escape wildcards at the moment.

However, your example can be implemented simply by using FileSet class with basePath set to "/?" (basePath does not evaluate any wildcards). It can be done like this:

var fset = new FileSet("/?", "*", TraversalMode.Recursive);
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That works. Thank you very much!