[TxMt] scp for TM?

Jeremy Amos jeremy at igneramos.com
Thu Feb 8 04:00:26 UTC 2007

I generally use rsync in these cases. I'm surprised no one's  
suggested it yet.

On Feb 7, 2007, at 6:12 PM, Dave Grijalva wrote:

> if it's a single file, you can simply open the file directly on the  
> server using something like cyberduck or transmit.
> for cyberduck in preferences under the general tab, choose textmate  
> from the edior pulldown.
> connect to your server.
> find the file and click the edit icon (should be the textmate icon).
> edit the file in textmate.  when you save, it is automatically  
> pushed back up.
> -dave
> On 2/7/07, s.ross <cwdinfo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, I'd rather use Capistrano, but it's a big hammer for a one-file
> edit to a Smarty template (client says, "add 'now hiring' to the home
> page) in a PHP project. Given the great integration with sftp
> clients, I was kinda hoping this would be pretty easy.
> On Feb 7, 2007, at 2:41 PM, Steve Lianoglou wrote:
> >> So having something that intelligently deals with local to remote
> >> paths is probably the tricky party here.  You probably don't want
> >> to type a remote path every time.  This might be a good time to
> >> try out MacFUSE and sshfs.
> >
> > .. or subversion/cvs ... :-)
> >
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