[sf-perl] [poll] What Perl IDE do you use?
not.com at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 11:23:22 PDT 2011
> Emacs has a solution to this problem called TRAMP, whereby you can
> transparently edit files on remote servers as if they were on your
> local disk. It works over ssh, scp, ftp, etc… it even does multi-hop
> ssh. It's a bit tricky to configure, but once you get it working it
> can be a lifesaver.
The other nice things about tramp (which no doubt Quinn failed to
mention because it is so easy to take for granted) is that when you
use emacs' built-in grep and compile commands, it knows to run them on
the remote machine. So you get the benefits of remote editing without
having to open up a terminal window for common tasks. It's seamless
when using ssh/scp. (those features won't work if you don't have a
shell on the remote host)
Plus tramp is included with standard Emacs distribution.
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