Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

Version 57 (modified by dkocher, on Jun 12, 2010 at 1:53:49 AM) (diff)

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Welcome to Cyberduck Trac

This is the project development page for Cyberduck, a FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Cloud Files & Amazon S3 Browser
for Mac OS X. If you have a feature request or bug to report you can issue a new ticket.

Support Wiki

For general help about using Cyberduck, please refer to the Help Wiki. Read the formatting guidelines for editing help.


Due to spam, you are now required to open an account before being able to open new tickets or append comments edit Wiki pages. Login if you are already registered.

Nightly builds

These are snapshot builds from the current development trunk featuring the latest bugfixes and enhancements. Be warned, tough, these builds are potentially unstable and experimental. Expect frequent updates pushed to the automatic update.

Mailing Lists

The following mailing lists are hosted:

  • News Announcements of new releases
  • Localization Notifications about changes to the translations needed
  • Trac Ticket changes from the Trac Ticket system


Translations to new languages are welcome. You should be willing to maintain a localization in the foreseeable future. Refer to the FAQ in the Wiki on how to proceed.


Source code is available licenced unter the GNU General Public Licence. You can browse the SVN Repository. The current unstable version can be checked out from the SVN repository with:

svn co cyberduck

To compile everything, type make. For more details, see the build instructions.

This product includes software developed by Duncan McGregor et al. (Rococoa), Timothy Wall et al. (JNA), Christian Plattner (Ganymed), enterprisedt ( and the Apache Software Foundation (, James Murty (jetS3t), Christopher Forsythe et al. (, M. Uli Kusterer (UKCrashReporter and UKPrefsPanel), Greg Guerin (MacBinary Toolkit), Andy Matuschak (Sparkle), Kurt Revis (SNDisclosableView), Shaun Wexler (SKWSegmentedControl), Brian Amerige (EMKeychain), Lucas Newman (AquaticPrime), Steve McLeod (barbarywatchservice). Jetbrains contributed a free license of their great IDE to this project.

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