Posted: 2004-06-15 08:16
(sorry for cross-posting, but after my initial query turned into a feature request, i thought it best to post here as well)
i have a problem with case preservation WinSCP-ing from a Unix host to a windows machine.
i have several files in the same directory with the same name, but different case. eg: "seek" all in lowercase and "SEEK" in uppercase. they are distinctly different files under unix, but of course they overwrite in WinSCP when copying to windows.
i can't think of an easy solution, but perhaps here is an idea. could the file be renamed in such a format that would automatically be recognised by WinSCP when copying back?
(unix to windows)
SEEK would copy as SEEK
seek would copy as seek;;1
SeeK would copy as SeeK;;2
when WinSCP sees the ";;n" addition, it strips it off and keeps the case when copying back.
does this sound like a worthy addition?
and to quickly answer an obvious response - no, i can't TAR the files up because my version of TAR won't handle files greater than 2GB in size and my main databases are greater than this size. SCP-ing to another machine is my only easy way to backup files.
Location: Prague, Czechia
You are right, currently I do not consider it to be a worthy to implement it. However let's leave your request here, maybe more people will add a vote
Also I'm afraid I have no hint for you
I have deleted you duplicate post from Support forum.
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