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|#2449||Windows safe filenames|
A lot of times when I use filezilla to download some stuff, it'll get confused by the unix / linux filenames.
As a result, it'll get confused by the directory names and try to overwrite stuff it just downloaded. Either from the same directory (similar filename) or from another directory that has similar contents (but perhaps a different version.)
Or worse, it'll create the directory or file, but it wont be accessible under windows. Things like NUL, CON, etc. Those and more are reserved under Windows. They date back to DOS, but are still a problem in windows.
Perhaps Filezilla should have an option (enabled by default) to create Windows safe filenames.
|#3538||Strange Chinese Filename|
I connect to chinese (BIG5) sftp server, "Charset" uses custom charset: big5. When upload file, something strange about file name. Please check the attachment file.
|#1018||Text Files lose formatting after upload|
I use Filezilla to download the current release of a CMS system we have developed. I have verified that this problem is not in the download of these files but in the upload.
After download the files, I then upload the files to a domain with Filezilla. All files transfer fine and everything looks well, but when I try to access some of the files I have uploaded I get error messages from Firefox.
I then use Dreamweaver to check the script, and it appears that Filezilla has removed all of the linebreaks and whitespaces and characters spaces from many of the scripts.
I repeat I have checked the files after the download and they still have retained there formatting. It is only the uploading process that seems to cause this.