#282 ftp support

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2005-12-20
2005-12-19
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I think is clear, the only thing who left scite is a
ftp support for upload files from the editor(and some
documentation on edit styles in the properies files).

biaggi@gmail.com

Thanks in advance.

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  • Neil Hodgson

    Neil Hodgson - 2005-12-20

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    Duplicate of 951900. Since the last request for this, the
    SciTE file handling code has been centralized into FilePath
    which could be used as the basis for a virtual file system.
    Since I won't be using FTP from SciTE, I won't be
    implementing this.

     
  • Neil Hodgson

    Neil Hodgson - 2005-12-20
    • priority: 5 --> 2
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  • Peufeu

    Peufeu - 2006-09-30

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    Consider how people would use this. This is mostly for
    saving to a webserver using FTP and seeing immediate
    results.

    A simple way to implement this, and other related features,
    would be to add a hook into the file operations to call a
    user script when a file is saved.

    For instance, saving a file calls a user-specified Python
    script, giving the filename as an argument. This script
    would look at a mapping of local directories to various FTP
    servers and upload the file. It is maybe 10-20 lines of
    Python.

     
  • Neil Hodgson

    Neil Hodgson - 2006-10-01

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    There are several ways to implement this. Having a shadow
    local directory is one of the simplest and can be
    implemented in SciTE using an OnSave handler -- see the Lua
    scripting documentation.

    What many want is a feature similar to gedit where remote
    FTP/SSH/WEBDAV file systems are seen as equivalent to local
    file systems but this is significant work and adds to
    dependencies.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    That's right!

     

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