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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #4041


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Dec 31, 2009 12:55:59 PM (11 years ago)
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  • Ticket #4041 – Description

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    33I just discovered Cyberduck, and I'm super impressed. A real Macintosh interface (as opposed to Filezilla for example), and comes even in my language (Dutch). I made a donation right away.
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    5 Now I had one problem: I used Cyberduck to upload files generated by iWeb. One of these files is called (according to the Finder) "assets.http/--www.xs4all.nl-~gp.plist". That is obviously derived from the URL, where slashes have been replaced by dashes, and, strangely enough, the colon has been replaced by a slash. Cyberduck refused to upload this file, and from the error message is seemed it had interpreted the slash as a delimiter. It said: "/home/.5a/g/gp/WWW/assets.http: No such file or directory".
     5Now I had one problem: I used Cyberduck to upload files generated by iWeb. One of these files is called (according to the Finder) `assets.http/--www.xs4all.nl-~gp.plist`. That is obviously derived from the URL, where slashes have been replaced by dashes, and, strangely enough, the colon has been replaced by a slash. Cyberduck refused to upload this file, and from the error message is seemed it had interpreted the slash as a delimiter. It said:
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    7 If I list the file name in a terminal window, it is listed as "assets.http:--www.xs4all.nl-~gp.plist", so with a colon instead of a slash. I uploaded the file using the Finder (after mounting the FTP site as a webdisk), and the remote name actually became what the terminal listed.
     7{{{
     8/home/.5a/g/gp/WWW/assets.http: No such file or directory.
     9}}}
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     11If I list the file name in a terminal window, it is listed as `assets.http:--www.xs4all.nl-~gp.plist`, so with a colon instead of a slash. I uploaded the file using the Finder (after mounting the FTP site as a webdisk), and the remote name actually became what the terminal listed.
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    913I hope this information helps fixing this problem.
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