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Cyberduck doesn't work if placed into a subfolder of "Applications" #12445

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cyberduck opened this issue Jun 28, 2006 · 2 comments
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Cyberduck doesn't work if placed into a subfolder of "Applications" #12445

cyberduck opened this issue Jun 28, 2006 · 2 comments
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cyberduck commented Jun 28, 2006

roeme !at_ roeme _dot! ch created the issue

Cyberduck shows the same symptoms on my PB as described in #12136.
However, there are some notable differences:

  • J2SE 5.0 Rel. 4 installed properly. Java Preferences are set; Environment defaults to J2SE 5.0
  • FileVault is activated.
  • Cyberduck works fine when launched directly in the downloaded dmg.
  • Also, it works in the system's root, in /Applications and in my Homefolder (or any of it's subfolders).
  • Cyberduck does NOT work if it is put into a subfolder of /Applications.

Firstly, i suspected FileVault or perhaps the rights of the parent folder of cyberduck to be responsible, but they aren't. The bug must reside somewhere in the interface code, as the console shows the following errors:

=#### Wednesday, June 28 , 2006 18:40:01 PM Europe/Zurich=
2006-06-28 18:43:21.687 Cyberduck[396] Unknown class `ch.cyberduck.ui.cocoa.CDMainController' in nib file, using `NSObject' instead.
2006-06-28 18:43:21.706 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action donateMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.706 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action licenseMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.706 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action preferencesMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.706 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action feedbackMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.706 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action newDownloadMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.707 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action newBrowserMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.707 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action newBrowserMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.707 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action downloadBookmarksFromDotMacClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.707 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action uploadBookmarksToDotMacClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.707 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action helpMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.708 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action bugreportMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
2006-06-28 18:43:21.708 Cyberduck[396] Could not connect the action aboutMenuClicked: to target of class NSObject
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cyberduck commented Jun 28, 2006

roeme !at_ roeme _dot! ch commented

Problem resolved. The subfolder's name contained a somewhat "illegal" character (to be more specific, a forward slash). Don't know if the bug resides inside Cyberduck or Apple's Framework. Other Applications in this subfolder do work, though.

After changing the name, Cyberduck is now working.

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cyberduck commented Jul 1, 2006

@dkocher commented

Bug in the Cocoa Frameworks.

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