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#4017 fixed Opening Site Manager causes crash Ben
Description

I am currently running FileZilla 3.1.5.1 but this issue has been happening on previous versions as well. When I try to open the site manager (either from the File Menu, toolbar icon, or CTRL+S shortcut) FileZilla crashes. The Vista crash information is as follows:

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: filezilla.exe Application Version: 3.1.5.1 Application Timestamp: 491ef087 Fault Module Name: filezilla.exe Fault Module Version: 3.1.5.1 Fault Module Timestamp: 491ef087 Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 000f93ba OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.4 Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: c8ab Additional Information 2: acabdb71ca6eefd3d99d005ccaed89e0 Additional Information 3: b0ad Additional Information 4: 5a06b601ee3949bc6ce4e5fc90e3e2d4

I am able to use the rest of the application but just can't have saved sites. If there is any further information that you would like I'd be happy to update the incident.

#4028 fixed Incorrect usages of memset function Dmytro Gorbunov
Description

We've detected following issues in sources from https://filezilla.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/filezilla/FileZilla Server/trunk/...

  1. File: FileZilla Server/source/Interface/misc/ProcessorInfo.h:

247: MEMORYSTATUS memoryStatus; 248: 249: memset (&memoryStatus, sizeof (MEMORYSTATUS), 0); 250: memoryStatus.dwLength = sizeof (MEMORYSTATUS);

Line 249 should be 249: memset (&memoryStatus, 0, sizeof (MEMORYSTATUS));

  1. The same issue in File: FileZilla Server/source/misc/ProcessorInfo.h

Regards, Dmytro Gorbunov Leader of SaveSources team http://savesources.com

#4037 fixed Open Sitemanager each time FileZilla starts michael cox
Description

This was closed with the comment: "Create a shortcut to the FileZilla executable and add the -s argument. That opens the site manager at startup."

Um... That's fine in Windows. How would I do that on Mac OS X?

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