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That stinks for me, but it's not a huge problem. This is still an incredible tool.

Thank you for your time, I really appreciate it!

Re: Synchronize Result Logging

Indeed, if WinSCP has created an empty folder during synchronization, you won't be able to tell that from the SynchronizationResult. Only session log (Session.SessionLogPath) would record that.

Synchronize Result Logging

Hey guys, I'm currently using the .NET assembly to keep a remote directory up to date with a local one. I'm finding everything very simple to use, and this has been one of the most painless projects I've worked on.

However, I'm working on the result logging aspect, and I can't seem to figure out how to determine if WinSCP created a folder in the remote directory during the Synchronization task. Am I missing something, or is that simply not logged in the SynchronizationResult object? I've looked for a while now (A lot of Googling), but there really isn't anything that talked specifically about this.

I appreciate your time, thanks!