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|#323||Non-English character compatability|
Some non-English charaters (ex. Chinese characters) have problem with FileZilla, while these characters are OK on UNIX systems. When I made directories with FileZilla "Create directory" command, there was no error messages about making directories, but names of those directories did not display correctly in FileZilla remote directory window (display with spaces) and consequently "cd" to those directories was not possible.
I found that the character with hexidemical code "B57B" is incompatable with FileZilla. (Remember that Chinese characters have a double-byte character system.) I suspect that the first byte "B5" is responsible for this issue.
I tried CuteFTP (4.0 and PRO) with it, both versions didn't display correct directory name but "cd" command was OK and upload/download worked well.
The local directory window of FileZilla doesn't suffer from this problem however.
|#324||LIST as alias for DIR not understood|
The current version of filezilla's server (0.8.3a) does not list files after receiving the command LIST. It even doesn't recognize the command. Just add LIST as alias for DIR or LS and everything works.
(The concerning directories are home directories with every right set.)
|#325||ASCII mode transfer doesn't work|
This has been reported at least twice before (tickets 614075, 580087), but as of the current version v2.1.7, FileZilla is still incapable of using ASCII mode for SFTP transfers. I am attempting to transfer Perl scripts but cannot use FileZilla because of this problem.
I want to use FileZilla because my current FTP client, WS_FTP LE, doesn't support SFTP; my server is being changed to SFTP only soon. Regardless of whether I download a particular file from my server, setting the file extension in Edit :: Settings :: ASCII / Binary :: ASCII file, or manually specify Transfer :: Transfer Type :: ASCII, the file is downloaded in Binary mode. If I download the same file with WS_FTP it is downloaded correctly in ASCII mode.
I understand that some versions of SFTP don't have an ASCII transfer mode. If that is the case, either the options for ASCII / Binary should all be greyed out when connected via SFTP, or preferably SFTP would itself handle the ASCII / Binary conversion...