Opened 17 months ago
default remote directory doesn save ending slash
|Bo Ingemar Skarpås
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In Advanced tab, "Default remote directory" a spec of /homedir/user/ the ending slash used to be saved. Now you can specify it but it will be saved as /homedir/user (wo the slash).
According to POSIX the difference is with an ending slash it is considered to be only a reference to a directory. Without the slash it can be either a directory or the name of a file.
I found this to be a problem when using secure FTP versions at my new ISP, but not at my previous one. To compare your product some other ftp clients do save the ending slash.