There's always emacs...
If you want to invest the time into learning it, it's a definite
candidate for this, ssh autocompletion.
Mark N. Boszko wrote:
Have you tried the three options listed here (i.e., the "hack",
Interarchy or the FTP/SSH bundle)?
Interarchy was one of the first things I tried, but I found that it
(much slower than Fuse/MacFusion, which MIGHT be fast enough if I'm
to turn off other programs that use the net), and, even worse, crashed
The hack looks like way more trouble than it is worth, frankly. The
point is for this to be fast.
The FTP/SSH bundle works only on single files, not entire projects,
read the description correctly. I'll give it a try, but that seems
I'm also seriously considering giving UltraEdit a try though VMWare
I really hate working on a PC, but that seems to be my only other good
option for sophisticated auto-complete, etc, aside from TextMate. Can
someone save me from the horrible fate of having to use a windows
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