[TxMt] Best way to edit remote folders?
masolino at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 16:42:41 UTC 2006
I use Interarchy with FTP/SFTP Disk mounted in Mirror Upload
(optionally every 5 seconds). I edit my files with TM projects locally
and let Interarchy to sync the server when my project seems to be ok.
On 1/27/06, Brad Choate <brad at bradchoate.com> wrote:
> You can also check out Unison, which is a bidirectional rsync.
> Or you could use a version control system like subversion or cvs.
> On Jan 27, 2006, at 1:07 PM, Andy Armstrong wrote:
> > On 27 Jan 2006, at 20:57, Dev Purkayastha wrote:
> >> I guess you use it's Sychronize to make it all work out?
> > If you're cool with using the terminal you can set up a couple of
> > scripts to rsync back and forth between the server and your
> > machine. rsync is very efficient at doing incremental syncs so you
> > can set it just to sync the whole directory tree and it'll work it
> > all out.
> > Put:
> > $ rsync -avz -e ssh /Users/me/project/* user at server.example.com:/
> > home/www
> > and
> > Get:
> > $ rsync -avz -e ssh user at server.example.com:/home/www/* /Users/me/
> > project
> > If you register your public ssh key with the server you won't have
> > to type a password. It's very easy in practice - just keep a
> > terminal window open and fire off the Get script whenever you want
> > to update your local files to reflect changes on the server and Put
> > when you've made an edit you want to commit to the server.
> > --
> > Andy Armstrong, hexten.net
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