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Character encoding issue with downloaded files #7210

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cyberduck opened this issue May 4, 2013 · 1 comment
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Character encoding issue with downloaded files #7210

cyberduck opened this issue May 4, 2013 · 1 comment

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cyberduck commented May 4, 2013

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I've just updated Cyberduck to 4.3 version (from the Mac appStore)

I regularly synchronize a folder between my Mac and a remote FTP server.

After upgrading to Cyberduck 4.3, I relaunched my folder sync...

The firts thing I noticed is that the sync has been redone as it had never been done (instead of only pdating the synchronisation between the folder on my Mac and the one on the remote ftp server)

The second thing I think is a real bug... as you'll see on the screenshots, when a file on the ftp server includes accentuated characters (é, è, à, ...that we often use in french) in its name, when copied on my Mac, the accentuated characters are replaced by a question mark...

Then I've noticed that in the folder on my Mac, the file containing accentuated characters are duplicated.
One with the correct accentuated character (copied on a previous synchronisation with a previous version of Cyberduck), and one created today with Cyberduck 4.3 with a question mark replacing the accentuated character. (see screenshots)


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cyberduck commented May 6, 2013

@dkocher commented

Fixed in 5a7b533. The update is currently in review to be released in the Mac App Store.

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