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Export full list of files *with* all visible detail columns into CSV or Excel #10330

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cyberduck opened this issue May 20, 2018 · 2 comments
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@cyberduck cyberduck commented May 20, 2018

d54b6f7 created the issue

I've already checked #7031 but it only exports the file names. I want to export the full detail listing into a CSV format or Excel spreadsheet, which includes all the visible columns (like Size, Modified, Owner, Group, etc).

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented May 29, 2018

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In 60682e8 and 9eeca9a.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jun 17, 2018

d54b6f7 commented

Thank you for implementing! I recently updated and discovered this new feature by accident, since I had not checked back on this issue status.

For anyone wondering how to do this, simply select the files you want to get the info of, then click Edit -> Copy (or press Ctrl-C). Following this, paste in any text editor like Notepad or in a spreadsheet program like Microsoft Excel (which will most likely format the tab-separated text into actual columns on the spreadsheet).

Tip: The columns that are copied are the same columns that are visible in Cyberduck. So, to choose which columns are copied, you can show and hide the columns as you need in Cyberduck browser before selecting files and copying. Of course, you can also delete unnecessary columns in the spreadsheet program.

Note: The Edit command does two things: select the actual files to copy, and select the textual information about the files. What you get depends on where you're pasting. If you paste in Windows Explorer or Cyberduck, you're copying the actual files. If you paste in Notepad or another text editor or in a spreadsheet program, you get the textual information.

Defect discovered while writing this comment: #10366

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