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Standard Upload Cannot Upload .app on macOS #1119

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v-xuanzh opened this issue Feb 1, 2019 · 4 comments

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Storage Explorer Version: 1.6.2/20190201.1
Platform/OS Version: MacOS High Sierra
Architecture: ia32
Commit: f30fe10c
Regression From: Not a regression

Background:

  1. On MacOS, unzip the set up package of Storage Explorer - StorageExplorer-darwin-64.zip.

  2. Open the unzipped folder, it shows the layout as below
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  3. Try to upload Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer.app(Actually, it is a directory) to one blob container/file share.

Actual Experience:

  1. We have no way to upload Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer.app as a directory, because it is disabled.
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  2. Fail to upload it as a file with the below error.
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@MRayermannMSFT MRayermannMSFT commented Feb 1, 2019

Yep, definitely not a regression. I'm going to rename this bug to something a little more general, and we'll fix it later.

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@MRayermannMSFT MRayermannMSFT changed the title Unable to upload the 'Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer.app' on Mac Standard Upload Cannot Upload .app on macOS Feb 1, 2019
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@MRayermannMSFT MRayermannMSFT commented Feb 1, 2019

More info:

  • .app files are actually folders
  • when we open the finder on mac though, and ask for folders, .apps are greyed out, so you have to upload them as files
  • this causes the .app file to be treated as a file in our local file query, which means we try to upload it instead of traversing it
  • this causes the node sdk to get upset, and the upload fails
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@MRayermannMSFT MRayermannMSFT commented May 22, 2019

Fix merged into master.

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@v-xuanzh v-xuanzh commented May 23, 2019

Hi @MRayermannMSFT , We are confused about this fixes.

For now, We can upload the .app using 'Upload File' on Upload dialog,
After uploading successfully, The .app shows as a folder.

I think these two behaviors are conflict.

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