[TxMt] Re: Transmit - textmate combo

Alan Watts alan at datax.com
Fri Mar 16 02:39:11 UTC 2007

You can also use the ftp:// protocol (or afp if your server supports  
it) through Go->Connect to Server in the Finder.  This mounts your  
home directory as a disk does and lets you edit files that way.


On Mar 15, 2007, at 9:06 PM, Yann B wrote:

> This has been discussed before, you should find a bunch of stuff on  
> here with a search.
> I don't get the technical reasons behind it but it seems that it is  
> impossible to get that behavior from TextMate. The easiest way to  
> solve this problem is to use Interarchy (FTP program - not free  
> though...). It allows you to create what they call "Net Disks"  
> which are local mirrors that auto synch to server on change and/or  
> regular intervals. Since they're pretty much local files, you can  
> create TextMate "projects" with them. Not ideal... But it does the  
> trick until a better solution gets built in TextMate. Seeing how  
> customizable TextMate is, I would have thought one of the super  
> smart people on this list would have come up a "reopen current  
> opened documents in a project" but I guess it's not as easy as it  
> sounds ;)
> On Mar 15, 2007, at 5:15 PM, textmate-request at lists.macromates.com  
> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I love a lot of things about TextMate - but I'm still
>> having one major problem.
>> How can I edit multiple files straight from an FTP
>> server in a single window? I use Transmit 3 - which
>> lets you ctrl-click a file and "edit in" whatever.
>> Then, when you save, it shoots the new file up to the
>> server. However, I'm trying to figure out how to do
>> this within one window - like when you're working on a
>> "project".
>> This works fine in BBEdit but in textmate it just won't work.
>> It's probably the last thing that's holding me back from switching  
>> over
>> completely...
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