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Re: [gftp] Help. 2.0.17 won't save edited file on remote

Thanks, Brian. I appreciate you getting back to me so fast. I spend hours a 
day with gftp. It's a great tool for us and we really depend on it.


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On Tuesday 17 August 2004 01:41 pm, Brian Masney wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 01:39:37PM -0700, Adams-Blake Co. wrote:
> > Slack 9.1
> > gftp 2.0.17
> >
> > I compiled 2.0.17 from source. Works fine except that when I right-click
> > EDIT on a remote file, the editor (nedit) pops up with the file but any
> > changes are not transfered back to the host. They are saved in /tmp with
> > a mungled name. With the past version I would get a dialogue box that
> > would pop up asking if I want to save (i.e. upload) the file. I get
> > nothing now. Any ideas? Should I go back to 2.0.16?
> This is fixed in CVS. I have a tarball of my CVS code at
> http://www.gftp.org/gftp-test.tar.bz2.
> Brian