[TxMt] using rsync to enable the project drawer while working on a remote server

Trevor Harmon trevor at vocaro.com
Sun Apr 16 05:33:24 UTC 2006

On Apr 15, 2006, at 7:43 PM, Rob Rix wrote:

> Okay, how about making a new project (from the file menu), and  
> dragging the files into it?

For that I'd have to manually add the files to the project, then  
manually remove them when I'm done. (Closing a document in a project  
only closes its tab; the file remains in the project until I  
explicitly remove it.) That's fine for well-defined projects, but  
when I'm editing random shell scripts or just want to quickly examine  
some Java code I've downloaded, that sort of thing, then I don't want  
to have to manage a project. I prefer the BBEdit model in those  
cases, where opening a file automatically adds it to the file drawer  
and closing the file automatically removes it. The TextMate way is  
still far superior for full-blown projects, but it'd be nice to  
somehow have the best of both worlds.

> "Whenever possible" may not be very often however.

Perhaps; I was just pointing it out because the blog posting only  
mentioned the possibility of SFTP mounting.


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