[TxMt] Edit remote file via SSH

Jeremy Wilkins jeremy at ibexinternet.co.uk
Tue Jan 17 11:28:35 UTC 2006

Ok, theres a $SSH_CONNECTION variable which gets set, that includes  
both client and server IP addresses.

You should be able to pull the client IP out of that with sed, then a  
script like

scp $1 <clientip>:/tmp/$1
ssh <clientip> mate -w /tmp/$1
scp <clientip>:/tmp/$1 $1


On 17 Jan 2006, at 11:08, Simon Dorfman wrote:

> On 1/17/06 4:57 AM, "Jeremy Wilkins" <jeremy at ibexinternet.co.uk>  
> wrote:
>> Cyberduck FTP can connect to an sftp server and open files in a text
>> editor (textmates one of the options). When you save the file in
>> textmate, it then automatically uploads back to the server.
> My FTP client of choice (Interarchy) can do that also.  But  
> sometimes I'm at
> a command line, logged in via SSH and I just wish I could type  
> "mate" to
> edit a file instead of "nano".
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