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Synchronize subfolders erronously looks in similarly named symbolic links #6860

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cyberduck opened this issue Sep 16, 2012 · 1 comment
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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Sep 16, 2012

Haraldb42 created the issue

When the synchronize function looks in subfolders, it erronously includes local files that reside in a completely different folder that simply happens to have the same name and being the target of a symbolic link. An example makes it easier to understand:

  1. Let's call the folders to be synchronized for 'MainFolder', same name in the local and remote domains.
  2. Both the local and remote 'MainFolder' have a subfolder called 'pics'.
  3. Both the local and remote 'MainFolder' also have a symbolic link named 'picsCommon' that points to a folder named 'pics' that resides above 'MainFolder'.
  4. When Synchronize compares and lists files in the the subfolder 'MainFolder/pics', it will ALSO include all files in the local 'picsCommon'!! That's very wrong! Thus, it lists the union of all files in 'MainFolder/pics' plus the files in the folder 'pics' that reside above 'MainFolder', as if they were all in 'MainFolder/pics'!

If I do a synchronize ONLY of 'MainFolder/pics', then it behaves as it should because that does not contain any subfolders.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Nov 26, 2012

@dkocher commented

Should be fixed with d09699a and later.

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