[TxMt] Remote projects

Robert Deaton false.hopes at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 19:06:30 UTC 2005

Or, even more up to date than fish, is shfs, which allows linux
computers to mount remote directories over ssh. Porting the code to OS
X should be rather straightforward, but apparently there hasn't been
much of an audience yet.

On 9/19/05, Jason Bainbridge <jbainbridge at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9/19/05, Juan Anorga <juananorga at gmail.com> wrote:
> > If you have your favorites in transmit setup to use the docksend
> > feature, you can create a command in textmate with:
> >
> > open -a "Transmit" $TM_FILEPATH
> >
> > Everytime you call this command it will upload the current file to its
> > corresponding remote location.
> >
> > Of course you have to have a local copy of your remote files that you
> > want to edit, but I'm usually setup that way anyways.
> I so miss kioslaves when I'm using OSX, fish especially. Quanta
> combined with fish (basically a remote file system over ssh) is a
> pretty good combination, hopefully one day soon we'll be able to do
> something similar with TextMate. :)
> Regards,
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> Jason Bainbridge
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