Local copies account for remote path (i.e. /index.php is not considered the same as /about/index.php)
|Reported by:||dirTdogE||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||local copy, remote path, selected file already being edited||Cc:||dirTdogE@…|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Linux|
|Operating system version:||Fedora 9|
The following dialog appears when I move from editing one "index.php" to another:
Selected file already being edited
The selected file is already being edited:
Action to perform:
- Reopen local file
- Discard local file then download and edit file anew
OK / Cancel
I use "index.php" across multiple directories so that my pages have clean URLs (i.e. domain.com/about/ instead of domain.com/about.php). It would be very helpful if Filezilla could take the server path into account while editing files.
Alternatively, I would be satisfied if there was simply an option to remember the chosen action.
In my case, the current implementation acts as a hindrance rather than a feature. It's a good idea -- it could just use a little refinement.