CyberDuck 4.1 offers updated WebDAV, runs fine in Lion
With 19 new features, tweaks and bug fixes, this is fairly substantive dot update. Though it’s tagged as being Lion compatible, it runs just fine under Mac OS X 10.7 which is no surprise given that it’s coded in Java.
There are dozens of Mac FTP clients out there, but CyberDuck is my tool of choice — open source, free and full featured. Now, CyberDuck 4.1 (change log) is out, bringing
• [feature] Replaced WebDAV protocol implementation
• [feature] Sort bookmarks by nickname, hostname or protocol
• [feature] Enable access logs for custom origin distributions (CloudFront)
• [feature] Choose target bucket for access logs (CloudFront)
• [feature] Choose target bucket for access logs (S3)
• [bug] Delete only trashes documents (Google Docs)
• [bug] Wrong timestamp in transfer prompt
• [bug] Uploading file to collection puts it in root folder (Google Docs)
• [bug] Limited to 10,000 containers (Cloudfiles)
• [bug] SSL version number incompatibility
In order to use CyberDuck in Lion, because Apple’s next-gen operating system doesn’t come bundled with Java, you will have to download and install it. The easiest way to Java for Lion is just to launch CyberDuck which spawns a pop up that takes you to the download page.
Panic’s Transmit ($34) has been updated for Lion.
Get your copy of CyberDuck 4.1 here.