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Synchronization doesn't depend on modification date! #1245

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cyberduck opened this issue Sep 11, 2007 · 2 comments
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Synchronization doesn't depend on modification date! #1245

cyberduck opened this issue Sep 11, 2007 · 2 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Sep 11, 2007

5f1e3b1 created the issue

When I synchronized two folders between local and remote, I chose "Mirror".
In synchronization window, I clicked the files I just edited locally,
and saw the "Details" say that the remote files are indeed older than local files(about 5 days), but they were not "checked"! So when I click "Continue", none of those files were transfered, of course. Only those not existing on the local or remote were transfered. After that, I check the modification date of those files, the local ones are still 5 days newer than the remote ones!
This situation remains even if I chose "Upload".

By the way, I am using sftp. But in version 2.7.3, this error didn't happen. I prefer the new synchronization window, so I hope this problem can be solved.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jan 20, 2008

anonymous commented

I'm still using 2.7.3 for this very reason - looking forward to this one being fixed up.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jan 20, 2008

5f1e3b1 commented

I have been using Version 2.8.3 (3437).
This synchronization problem has been solved.
The "mirror" function now works for me.

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