I have been trying to use symbolic links with winscp and cant really make it work like I want.
1, I would like to be able to "not follow" symbolic likns ie:
If I have the following link: /home/mickem/my-link -> /foobar
I would like that to be showed as: /home/mickem/my-link/<files> as opposed to how winscp does it (followes the link) soI get /foobar/<files> when I "enter the link".
The reason for this is that I have alot of symbolic links and want the "up" button to go back to /home/mickem and not /. (This can partally be solved using the back button instead but still it would be simpler if there was an option of not following symbolic links.
2, Downloading a symbolic link to a directory.
When I try to download a symbolic link that points to a directory nothing happends at all. And since winscp knows it is a link to a directory (I have that option enabled and it shows up as a "folder") i think it is strange that it fails (without an error or anything) to download so this I hope is a bug that someone can fix.