[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #5524: Copy/Duplication of File breaks 'link' to File Editor

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Wed Dec 8 17:35:00 CET 2010

#5524: Copy/Duplication of File breaks 'link' to File Editor
    Reporter:  logicbus          |        Owner:               
        Type:  defect            |       Status:  closed       
    Priority:  normal            |    Milestone:               
   Component:  core              |      Version:  3.8.1        
    Severity:  normal            |   Resolution:  worksforme   
    Keywords:  copy, file, edit  |     Platform:  Mac OS X 10.6
Architecture:                    |  

Comment (by logicbus):

 I want to point out that I first ran into this problem months ago, or even
 years ago.

 I'll start with more explicit repro steps for the 'duplicate file' version
 of the issue.

 1.  Snow Leopard Machine, TextWrangler is set up as text editor.
 2.  Use Cyberduck to connect to FTP server.
 3.  Highlight file, click edit (TextWrangler) button.
 4.  Make changes to file, view in browser, make more changes, hit reload
 in browser, see changes, etc.
 5.  In Cyberduck, right click on the same file, choose duplicate, accept
 default filename, hit okay.
 6.  Make sure the following windows are visible on the screen:
 TextWrangler, Cyberduck browser window showing FTP server from above, and
 Transfers window.
 7.  In TextWrangler, modify the file and hit command-S.
 8.  At this point, I expect a Growl notification telling me the file was
 uploaded.  This never happens.  This is why I told you to get the browser
 and Transfers windows visible.  The Transfers window shows no activity.
 In the browser window -- and this happens extremely quickly -- the status
 bar briefly shows text which I believe reads "Uploading <<filename>>."
 But the disconnect button never changes to a red stop sign.

 I can reproduce this on different machines, connected to different
 servers.  I haven't tried it with different text editors.

Ticket URL: <http://trac.cyberduck.ch/ticket/5524#comment:3>
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