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Drop2FTP

   0.6  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 81%
Drop2FTP
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  591
Submitted:  Jan 12 2009
Updated:  Mar 26 2009

Description:

This is a KDE 4 plasma applet which can copy or move files over every
protocol which is supported by KIO. So you can use it to copy or move files
to a FTP server or an folder on your PC for example. After you have had
specified the destination in the settings, you can click on the icon
to open the open-file-dialog or you can just drag and drop your files
on it.
It is also possible to open the destination with konqueror or to generate
http or ftp links to your files.

This is my first KDE and C++ programm, so don't expect to
much. I just made this to learn a bit. So if you like it, want to
critisize it or want to teach me something, just let me know. This also
includes my english ;-)

I registered that there are some problems on machines with KDE 4.1.
You need KDE 4.2 or newer for this app!

Short installation instruction:
# tar -xvzf drop2ftp-0.6.tar.gz
# cd drop2ftp-0.6/
# cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix`
# make
# sudo make install


Thanks to tigger-gg for the Mandriva packages.

Please note: There may be bugs with the bookmarks. So if you have bookmarks on your system Plasma could crash in newer versions of KDE. At the moment I don't have the time to fix this issue. Sorry for that folks.




Changelog:

0.6:
new feature: generate html or ftp links
now the crash in the config-menu is definitely fixed

0.5.1:
fixed a crash if the config-menu is closed

0.5:
added ability to open the destination-path in konqueror. At the moment it is not possible
to open the default browser because of a bug in dolphin (https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=185866) (thanks to horchi again)
user can now choose, if Drop2FTP should copy or move files
label will now be shown, if Drop2FTP is 50pix or bigger (before it was 75pix)
removed option "hide progress info"
some little changes

0.4:
Now you can access your personal bookmarks to use the saved addresses
Added the ability to change the Icon
Added option "Hide progress info"
If Drop2FTP is copying anything it will show it, even if there are more than one job

0.3.2:
Drop2FTP is now licensed under GPL 3.

0.3.1:
Fixed some issues with the label
some code has been rewritten

0.3:
Added support for KDE 4.2 RC1 and newer (older versions are not supported)
Added support for Labels, so you can give every Drop2FTP Icon another name (thanks to horchi)
If no address is specified the settingsdialoge will open if you want to use Drop2FTP
some minor fixes

0.2.1:
Now it should also work with the new KDE 4.1.4

0.2:
Added support for KDE 4.1 and older

0.1:
Initial release




LicenseGPL
Source(Source-Code)
Mandriva(v. 0.6 RPM package for Mandriva 2009.1 i586)
Mandriva(v. 0.6 RPM package for Mandriva 2009.1 x86_64)
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 run command option

 
 by panzi on: Apr 8 2009
 
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Could you add an option for running a command when one clicks the icon? Then one could specify the command:
dolphin %u
as a workaround for the dolphin bug.

However, great app!


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 Very Strange

 
 by panzi on: Apr 9 2009
 
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When I open the bookmark editor through your plasmoid I can't click the K menu icon any more. The menu just doesn't show. What should I report this bug?


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 Re: Very Strange

 
 by panzi on: Apr 9 2009
 
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Of course I meant: Where should I report this bug?


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 Re: Re: Very Strange

 
 by MatzeR on: Apr 9 2009
 
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You mean, if you click on "Edit Bookmarks" in the settings you can't click on the K-Menu anymore?

Does this also happen, if you open the bookmarkmanager through Konqueror?

Do you use the latest version of KDE?

Here you can write bugreports: https://bugs.kde.org/


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 Re: Re: Re: Very Strange

 
 by panzi on: Apr 9 2009
 
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It only happens when I open the bookmark editor from your plasmoid. After I close the bookmark editor the K Menu pops up as if I'd clicked it just then. It doesn't happen when I open the bookmark editor using konqueror.

I know the KDE bugtracker, but where should I report the bug? Is it a bug of plasma, the K menu, the bookmark editor or your plasmoid?

I think all plasmoids are run in a single process (one event loop), so if one blocks, all are blocked. Is this correct? If yes, maybe you open the bookmark editor with a blocking call, waiting for it to exit? Just open it in a non blocking manner (what do you need to wait for it anyway?), maybe then the bug is gone? I'd be worth a try. That the K menu pops up after the bookmark editor is closed supports this theory.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Very Strange

 
 by MatzeR on: Apr 9 2009
 
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Drop2FTP opens the Bookmarkmanager through a slot provided by kbookmarkmanager. (slot is called slotEditBookmarks() see http://api.kde.org/4.x-api/kdelibs-apidocs/kio/html/classKBookmarkManager.html for further informations) So I don't know why this happen. I think this is a bug of KDE or Qt. Maybe an update could help, because I can't reproduce this behavior. Every plasmoid works like a charme on my computer. I don't know to which address this error goes but I would ask my distributor first.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Very Strange

 
 by panzi on: Apr 9 2009
 
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Ic. Strange, because this function is calling the bookmark manager detached:
http://api.kde.org/4.x-api/kdelibs-apidocs/kio/html/kbookmarkmanager_8cc-source.html#l00577

However, this is the KDE 4.3 API reference and I use 4.2.2 (on Fedora 10 with Qt 4.5.0).


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 Since KIO will not ...

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jul 16 2009
 
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If I give the applet a bare URL to FTP site, I get "cannot rename partial file, check permissions".

If I try to include login info in the URL, i.e.
ftp://user:password@ftp.site.com

I get malformed URL. The problem may be that the user name also contains '@' and '.'--may need to replace %## notation. So tried %40 for the @. Now I get the "cannot rename partial file, check permissions" error so it will accept the URL.

How do I get it to work?


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 Re: Since KIO will not ...

 
 by MatzeR on: Jul 18 2009
 
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You should use kwallet for your username and password.

Does your url work in konqueror?


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 Re: Re: Since KIO will not ...

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jul 18 2009
 
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It once did work in konqueror. Now get unsupported protocol. Konqueror is becoming more and more a dog.

The URL does work in Opera though opera's ftp functionality is quite limited.

If the URL is (possibly) OK, I get that permissions error. If it is not, then the program correctly complains.


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 Re: Re: Re: Since KIO will not ...

 
 by MatzeR on: Jul 19 2009
 
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If your URL doesn't work in konqueror this might be a problem of kio.

Maybe you should open a bug-report on bugs.kde.org.


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 Ubuntu One

 
 by wander on: Dec 26 2009
 
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Can I use your widget to Ubuntu One and how to do?


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 Re: Ubuntu One

 
 by MatzeR on: Jan 2 2010
 
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I didn't test it, because I have no ubuntu.

But if there is a kio-slave for this it should work.


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 CHMOD settings

 
 by utdmr on: May 12 2010
 
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First, sorry for my English.

I would like to set chmod settings in the plasmoid's settings. My files needs to be chmod 744'ed for web-server. But in my filesystem, the permissions are different. It will be good if i have an option to change permissions.


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 Compile on Qt 4.7 patch

 
 by quaqo on: Nov 3 2010
 
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I made a small patch to make this compile on Qt 4.7 (which solves QString ambigous errors).

drop2ftp-qt47.patch
http://aur.pastebin.com/mSLdhegy

Arch Linux PKGBUILD
http://aur.pastebin.com/A30xG2Dp


Federico
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