|2009-07-25 12:29||Created||Workround how Windows treat dots in filenames|
|Comment||- Unix treats three and more-characters filenames with dots-only as regular files. Windows treat them the same as ".." (i.e. the parent directory).
- Windows trims trailing dots from filenames.
|Comment||Related to Bug 45|
|2009-07-25 12:33||Comment||Once dot-only filenames are obscured from Windows, all security checks which hide dot-only filenames from user can be removed.|
|2009-07-29 09:24||Summary||WorkroundWorkaround how Windows treat dots in filenames|
|Comment||Along security checks for slashes in filenames were removed as well.|
|2009-10-14 21:08||Implemented in||4.2.3 → 4.2.4|
|Comment||Actually fixed in 4.2.4.|
|2022-10-03 10:53||Comment||Actually fixed in WinSCP 4.2.4.|
|2022-10-03 10:54||Comment||-– Unix treats three and more-characters filenames with dots-only as regular files. Windows treat them the same as &'quot;'.."';' (i.e. the parent directory).· -– Windows trims trailing dots from filenames.|