Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #6504


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Jan 25, 2012 11:35:31 AM (9 years ago)
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  • Ticket #6504 – Description

    initial v1  
    11Hi all,
    22
    3 I have following issue:
    4 I login with FTPs, create a directory
    5 MKD /somedir/ahutest
    6 and then i delete it
    7 RMD /somedir/ahutest
     3I have following issue:[[BR]]
     4I login with FTPs, create a directory[[BR]]
     5MKD /somedir/ahutest[[BR]]
     6and then i delete it[[BR]]
     7RMD /somedir/ahutest[[BR]]
    88- works
    99
    10 now again, I create the directory
    11 MKD /somedir/ahutest
    12 then I log out and log in again and try to delete that:
    13 RMD /somedir/ahutest
    14 And I get
     10now again, I create the directory[[BR]]
     11MKD /somedir/ahutest[[BR]]
     12then I log out and log in again and try to delete that:[[BR]]
     13RMD /somedir/ahutest[[BR]]
     14And I get[[BR]]
    1515550 Remove directory operation failed.
    1616
    17 now again, I create a directory
    18 MKD /somedir/ahutest
    19 change to that directory
    20 CWD /somedir/ahutest
    21 and create a subdirectory
    22 MKD /somedir/ahutest/ahusubtest
    23 Now I want to delete that dir immediate
    24 RMD /somedir/ahutest/ahusubtest
    25 And again
     17now again, I create a directory[[BR]]
     18MKD /somedir/ahutest[[BR]]
     19change to that directory[[BR]]
     20CWD /somedir/ahutest[[BR]]
     21and create a subdirectory[[BR]]
     22MKD /somedir/ahutest/ahusubtest[[BR]]
     23Now I want to delete that dir immediate[[BR]]
     24RMD /somedir/ahutest/ahusubtest[[BR]]
     25And again[[BR]]
    2626550 Remove directory operation failed.
    2727
    28 It looks like Cyberduck is always using the complete path when doing commands as seen above.
    29 If I use Filezilla, it does
    30 CWD somedir
    31 CWD ahutest
    32 RMD ahusubtest
    33 and that works
     28It looks like Cyberduck is always using the complete path when doing commands as seen above. [[BR]]
     29If I use Filezilla, it does [[BR]]
     30CWD somedir[[BR]]
     31CWD ahutest[[BR]]
     32RMD ahusubtest[[BR]]
     33and that works[[BR]]
    3434
    3535So who has the bug, who has the problem and how to solve it? Is there a way to tell Cyberduck not to use the complete path in every command?
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