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Cyberduck 3.3 adds Snow Leopard, 64-bit support

updated 01:05 pm EST, Tue November 17, 2009

Also gains CloudFront, Rackspace configurations

Developer David Kocher has introduced an update to his Mac FTP client, Cyberduck 3.3. The new version has been rebuilt using the Rococoa framework, in order to provide both Snow Leopard and 64-bit support. Other changes include a new application icon, restored PowerPC support, and an Octal input field for permissions.

Content distribution configurations have been added for Rackspace Cloud Files, and Amazon CloudFront. Several bugfixes meanwhile target SOCKS proxy support, excessive Growl notifications, and icons for downloaded files. The v3.3 update can be downloaded from within Cyberduck, or else the official program website; Mac OS X 10.5 is required. Although the software is free, donations are encouraged.

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