Re[TxMt] mote editing of projects

Derek Belrose derekb at
Thu Jan 24 06:58:08 UTC 2008

There's always emacs...

If you want to invest the time into learning it, it's a definite  
candidate for this, ssh autocompletion.

Check out

On Jan 23, 2008, at 8:01 PM, dakarp wrote:

> Mark N. Boszko wrote:
>> Have you tried the three options listed here (i.e., the "hack",
>> Interarchy or the FTP/SSH bundle)?
> Interarchy was one of the first things I tried, but I found that it  
> was slow
> (much slower than Fuse/MacFusion, which MIGHT be fast enough if I'm  
> willing
> to turn off other programs that use the net), and, even worse, crashed
> frequently.
> The hack looks like way more trouble than it is worth, frankly.  The  
> whole
> point is for this to be fast.
> The FTP/SSH bundle works only on single files, not entire projects,  
> if I
> read the description correctly.  I'll give it a try, but that seems  
> less
> than ideal.
> I'm also seriously considering giving UltraEdit a try though VMWare  
> Fusion.
> I really hate working on a PC, but that seems to be my only other good
> option for sophisticated auto-complete, etc, aside from TextMate. Can
> someone save me from the horrible fate of having to use a windows  
> editor? :)
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