[TxMt] editing project on remote sshfs folder

shawn bright nephish at gmail.com
Sat Nov 24 04:22:34 UTC 2007

wow, thanks for all of this.

On Nov 23, 2007 8:35 PM, Alex Ross <alex.j.ross at gmail.com> wrote:

> > well, i have had the suggestion of using capistrano from guys in
> > rubyonrails on freenode irc, rails forum, and now here. .guess i
> > should take the hint..
> Capistrano takes a bit of work to get set up, but once it's working it
> is sooooo nice.
> > really, i want to, i am already using an off-site hosted subversion,
> > and installing it on our server at work would be easy enough, i know
> > very little about how it all works right now.
> > What i have been doing, is making updates and changes on webrick,
> > and when i like it, i copy the app folder over to the http folder on
> > apache, change ownership to the webserver user, and restart apache.
> If your svn server is off-site, i don't believe that should be a
> problem.  Capistrano can automate commit/deploy.
> > So.... I may get the chance to do this when we upgrade our server
> > next week. Should read up on it till then, just kinda looking for
> > something to help me out until then.
> This thread has Rob McBroom's "Remote Project" bundle.  I haven't used
> it, but you might give a shot to hold you over.
> http://comox.textdrive.com/pipermail/textmate/2007-October/022630.html
> –Alex
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