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November 3, 2006

w2w version 0.95

I have updated w2w to resolve a bug that occured when used on a directory with many files in it (such as an actual website... :-) ).

Many thanks to Reborg for his help with debugging!
Posted 16 years, 10 months ago on November 3, 2006
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Re: w2w version 0.95
Each time iWeb is published to a folder, it changes all of the modified dates of each pages' contents. Does w2w still know which pages were truly modified by me and which ones to just leave alone? I haven't given it a try yet because I have a ton of large podcast files that I don't want to chance and have w2w reload them -- it would take hours and perhaps a day. Please write back to me personally so I can know if indeed w2w would save me time as I hope very much that it will.

My biggest problem is with the way iWeb names the folders for new blog and podcast entries! It takes me a long time to weed through and compare which folders I have already uploaded and which one is the new blog or podcast. I sure wish iWeb would allow me to name the folder as I so choose or at the very least use some sort of logical serial number that increases each time. As it is, the list I get when I open my website using Cyberduck and the list I get when I open my published folder on my harddrive are not in the same order at all even if I click on the Name column in both views. You'd think they would alphabetize the same way, but they don't.

I'm really hoping w2w is going to help me with this problem! Thank you!

Christi
Posted 16 years, 9 months ago by Christi Milligan • • wwwReply

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