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Let folders respect "adjust file permissions" preference #12026

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cyberduck opened this issue Jan 4, 2006 · 6 comments
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Let folders respect "adjust file permissions" preference #12026

cyberduck opened this issue Jan 4, 2006 · 6 comments
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cyberduck commented Jan 4, 2006

b425238 created the issue

In the preferences, I set it to adjust file permissions on upload. This works fine on files. However, folders' permissions do not get changed. I generally upload entire folders, and I want them and all subfolders' and all files' permissions to be whatever I have specified in the preference panel.

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cyberduck commented Jan 9, 2006

53b1da3 commented

This is a feature I would like to see too. I have an application which relies on specific directory permissions. Currently I need to cleanup after uploads using cronjob because manually changing the permissions is too much for some users. Having Cyberduck respect the default permissions for folders too would fix the problem.

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cyberduck commented Jan 10, 2006

53b1da3 commented

To continue on this one. Directory permissions should be regarded not only when uploading directories but also when creating them with New Folder command.

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cyberduck commented Mar 9, 2006

53b1da3 commented

Upgraded to Version 2.5.5 (1976) and does not work. I tried it against two different versions of ssh server. See the screenshot below. The folder test was uploaded and test2 was created with New folder command. They both have 755 permissions when they should be 775. I can change them manually to 775 via Info.

http://www.appelsiini.net/~tuupola/bugs/cyberduck_folder.jpg

How does Cyberduck try to preserve the permissions? First upload or create and then chmod? Is this a server issue or are other still experiencing the same?

I reopen the ticket for now.

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cyberduck commented Mar 9, 2006

@dkocher commented

The default permissions set in the preferences only apply to files but not folders. Auto-adjusting the permissions means that permissions will be 'copied' from the local files and folders. Probably one should open a new enhancement ticket to allow default permissions for folders as well.

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cyberduck commented Mar 9, 2006

53b1da3 commented

Ok. I thought this ticket was about that:

-... and I want them and all subfolders' and all files' permissions to be whatever I have specified in the preference panel.* modest semi formal dresses plus size

Maybe I misunderstood something?

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cyberduck commented Feb 24, 2007

@dkocher commented

Fixed in c6c63d4. Changes in Preferences.nib yet to be commited.

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