Multi-upload and Multiple folders

lenons

2010-04-21 19:24:29

Hi

I have a php project that's divided in multiple folders sources.
Sample:

c:\myproject\index.php
c:\myproject\lib\mylib1.php
c:\myproject\lib\mylib2.php
c:\myproject\resources\mycss.css
c:\myproject\resources\mycss2.css

When modify some of them i select the ftp's on destination panel and move modified files to Source panel, although they don't obey a root directory structure (like a sync navigation). I would like to select the local root folder and remote root folder and publish this files following these structure.

Sample:

Root local folder: c:\myproject

Destination:
- Server1, folder public_html\
- Server2, folder www\

Source (modified files):
c:\myproject\lib\mylib1.php
c:\myproject\resources\mycss2.css

Transfer queue expected:

c:\myproject\lib\mylib1.php -> server1, public_html\lib\mylib1.php
c:\myproject\lib\resources\mycss2.css -> server1, public_html\resources\mycss2.css
c:\myproject\lib\mylib1.php -> server2, www\lib\mylib1.php
c:\myproject\lib\resources\mycss2.css -> server2, www\resources\mycss2.css


Is it possible?

Thank you,

Lenon

mb

2010-04-21 19:26:32

I think so yes, as long as you select all the files/folders inside the c:\myproject\ folder and not the folder itself.

lenons

2010-04-21 19:39:56


I think so yes, as long as you select all the files/folders inside the c:\myproject\ folder and not the folder itself.

I couldn't do this for 2 reasons:
- The project folders have .svn directories that must not sent to server
- The resources folder has some big test files that must not sent too

Because this i can send to server only modified files.

If is not possible to do that, could I request a new feature to do this?
It might be created a new button on multiupload panel do define a local root folder. After define a local root folder it just follow the folder navigation under this folder, like we have on sync navigation...

thank you

Lenon