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|#229||upload of file to an empty dir fails|
Uploading of a file to a remote empty dir fails if the file exists in the remote dir's parent dir (ie. as a sibling to the remote dir).
empty dir /tmp/test/foo, if the remote file /tmp/foo exists, then filezilla will think that file "foo" already exists on the remote host and will prompt if I wan to overwrite or not. If I skip, then it skips ok; but if I ask to overwrite (hoping it will writing into /tmp/test/foo, not into /tmp/foo), then filezilla will fail. It will display the contents of /tmp/test/ and will show status of "Too many retries".
Thanks in advance for fixing this bug. /Eric
|#773||upload in ascii mode results in 16k truncation|
found a most annoying bug when uploading an asp file (in auto-ascii mode) to my hosting-provider. Any asp file larger than 16k seems to be truncated to 16k resulting in a corrupt file. The same for html-files which makes me believe it has something to do with ascii mode in general. Upload from command-line ftp (microsoft client) works just fine (in ascii mode) so it's not the ftp-server.
Im running v2.2.9 on Windows 2000
|#684||upload failed with large directories W2K|
When uploading your FTP V227c to your FTPServer with a large amount of directories anda large number of files, the function desynchronizes with a message "UPLOAD FAILED". Stopping the upload, disconnecting your FTP program and restarting doesn't help. CuteFTP does the work perfectly. So it must be FileZilla Small number of direcvtories with large amount of files are OK. ????