Files with identical names except for the letter case are not distinguished when editing
|Reported by:||Allan Th. Andersen||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||editing, filenames, letter case||Cc:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||OS X|
|Operating system version:||10.7.4|
How to reproduce:
Create two files with different content on your ftp server:
(Notice that the files have identical names except for the letter case.)
Right click file.php and choose edit. Your editor opens the file. So far so good.
Right click File.php and again choose edit.
A dialog opens saying: "File Changed. The file '/private/var/folders/zz/y5zdkqw11yv2btyvl9y6r3tr000gn/T/fz3temp-1/file.php' has been changed on the file system. Do you want to replace the editor contents with these changes?"
Expected behavior: The file "File.php" is opened in the editor.
If you look in the temp folder, a file with correct letter case is saved. But when FileZilla reads from the temp folder, it doesn't distinguish the files. This can lead to overwriting the contents of the other file.