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This would be nice when you get the chance!
Thanks in advance
I will check it out.
EDIT: The Windows version is .NET-based.
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Thanks, I should have seen that!
I came here to suggest the same program, and I searched first (pat my back ) and found this thread. I went to look again, but couldn't find where it said that Cyberduck used .NET. (I'm not arguing, I just can't find it. EBKAC) Is there a way to tell if something uses .NET if it doesn't say so in the "required" list? I just want to know before I suggest other programs.
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Ctrl-F for .net and you'll see:
As of changeset 6766 the new C# (.NET) source of Cyberduck for Windows is available in the public source repository (GPL licensed).
But you'd think I'd be used to it!
I searched About, Changelog, and either Help or Development or both, but not News! I see now, as well, that if you open the FAQ on Help, it's listed there too. Sorry for wasting people's time.
It's probably not listed under requirements on the cyberduck site because the cyberduck installer downloads and installs .NET 4.0 automatically.
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At least on the FAQ:
Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 (32bit/64bit) with .NET Framework 4.0 Client Profile.
Although it DOES require .NET for Cyberduck to work, how about making it portable anyways. I would like to use it at work and work-related programs need .NET installed, so that would be no problem for me. I would only use the app where .NET is already installed.
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Why not use FileZilla? It provides the same functionality.
I believe .NET apps are planned to be debuted, eventually. It's probably likely that someone will portablize it after that. Don't take my word for it though.
Siggys waste bandwidth... that's why I have one.
The reason I want (need) Cyberduck is to use Google Storage. I bought a bit of extra space and want an easier way to upload files.
How do you do that?
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I will take a look into it. I'm not making a promise that I will do it tho.
Thanks, that's good enough.
by the way, if it is by .net, still able to make it portable but have requirements like ".net xx" is needed?
by the way, here is what I saw http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyberduck " Cyberduck is written in the Java language and using the Cocoa user interface framework."
this is better than filezilla because it supports more protocols. such as, google doc, Microsoft Azure, Amazon...etc
It's definitely .NET. It's the only .NET app I use and it takes quite a while to start due to that fact. Which is why I use FileZilla for everything except connecting to the Rackspace Cloud File Hosting (which requires something like Cyberduck).
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Never 100% believe what you read on wikipedia, as that page is listing only the stats for the Mac version, despite mentioning it is also for Windows.
The official site (although buried far too many clicks into the site and not exactly made obvious) has the proper requirements for Windows.
It's not a bug, its a feature.