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filename.* becomes filename-1.* after crash = big annoyance. #1501

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cyberduck opened this issue Dec 19, 2007 · 2 comments
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filename.* becomes filename-1.* after crash = big annoyance. #1501

cyberduck opened this issue Dec 19, 2007 · 2 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 19, 2007

5b6b467 created the issue

when i relaunch cyberduck after a crash, cyberduck creates 'duplicates' of the files that were opened during the crash.
example : i was editing core.css in textmate through cyberduck before the crash. After a relaunch of cyberduck, i get "core-1.css" instead of "core.css" in textmate. Asif the cyberduck didn't delete 'core.css' from its cache. feel free to ask for more details > trissss, gmail

big annoyance : i have to reboot OSX (and close thousands of apps) to solve the problem.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 19, 2007

5b6b467 commented

i wrote the original ticket; here is some more complete information

after a crash while editing a remote file in my text editor , cyberduck seems to create a 'recovered files' folder somewhere, with copies of the files remotely edited . After relaunching cyberduck, I think those remaining files cause problems while further editing the same remote files.

Rebooting OSX causes those recovered files to get in the trash, solving my original problem.

Istill didn't manage to find where those recovered files were stored after a crash.. and how to delete them. I'll write on it later.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 19, 2007

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Command click on the icon in the title bar of the editor window. You will see where the temporary file is saved. Because it still exists after the crash, the newly downloaded file gets a number appended to its filename.

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