[TxMt] Remote projects
kevin at sb.org
Wed Sep 21 06:29:02 UTC 2005
You can already implement this yourself. Write a command "Sync to
server" and one "Sync from server" that uses rsync to sync the
project document root to/from the server, with the server defined in
project-level environment variables. Then you can just create a new
project, set the env vars, and save the project, and from then on
simply open the project and sync from server, do whatever work you
want, then sync back to server.
On Sep 20, 2005, at 11:29 PM, Sean Schertell wrote:
> I would personally *love* to see rsync built-in to textmate behind
> the scenes (using ssh of course). So my local project could be
> 'synced' in both directions to the remote project with a single
> click. This would also solve Matthew's issue with the client
> making occasional updates too.
> I'm not a Cocoa developer at all but I'm guessing that adding such
> a feature to TextMate would be fairly trivial since rsync is
> already available in OS X.
> Wouldn't it be possible to just add a few fields to the project for
> remote document root, username, and password? Then right in the
> main toolbar there could just be a single button called 'Sync'.
> Click - bang - everything is fresh in both directions. Since rsync
> only updates changes, it would be very quick.
> If textmate had this ability (and could also do Japanese), I would
> gladly pay $200 for it. Seriously. It's just such a waste of time
> to have to launch an FTP client, connect to the server, drill down
> to the file on the local side, then drill down to the directory on
> the remote side, then upload -- all that just to update the remote
> css file or whatever. Rsync to the rescue?!
kevin at sb.org
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