[TxMt] Synchronization (FTP, etc maybe?) Bundle
mgee at gwi.net
Fri Nov 10 19:24:38 UTC 2006
Great idea... just what I need. I've been using a project in Aptana
just for syncing. It would be excellent to be able to sync directly
This would definitely be a great addition to the available bundles in
On Nov 10, 2006, at 2:13 PM, Stephen Hansen wrote:
> Soo. I started doing some work on my website in TextMate, and
> wanted to get the changes regularly/easily up; the Transmit bundle
> that shipped w/ TextMate was okay, buut, didn't quite do what I
> wanted or in a _way_ that I wanted.. I didn't see another option so
> went and made one.. :) Posting here in case it suits anyone elses
> needs better then the current offering.
> Basically, its purpose is to sync your current project (and it has
> to be a project) with a remote site. You start out by selecting
> "Synchronization->Configure Sync" and in the file that pops up
> enter the host, username, path and method (only 'Transmit' is
> supported right now). These settings can be accessed through that
> command in the future; they're stored in a file called ".~sync.sh"
> in the root of your project so are persistant across your project.
> Then, you hit Command+F12, and it grabs your password from your
> Keychain (the first time it sets it), then uses AppleScript to tell
> Transmit to connect, sync the files, and then close.
> The "Method" actually is used to determine which AppleScript file
> to run to actually tell Transmit/whatever to DO things. There's a
> lame attempt at a Cyberduck one in there, but since I'm happy w/
> Transmit I never made it work :)
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