georgemastro wrote:Does this plugin have the functionality that informs me if the file has been changed since my last upload? This is the only thing I need to work out in order to move from Dreamweaver to Sublime.
wbond wrote:You will want to use the confirm_overwrite_newer setting in your sftp-config.json file. http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/sftp/ ... rite_newer
georgemastro wrote:wbond wrote:You will want to use the confirm_overwrite_newer setting in your sftp-config.json file. http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/sftp/ ... rite_newer
I have done this but it doesn't cover all situations. I work on a project with 2 other people. All machines have the same synchronized clock times in windows and it works only for the first or second minute. If I save after 5-10 minutes and upload it overwrites my colleague's file without telling me that it has been changed since my last upload.
In Dreamweaver this works perfectly!
I have "confirm_overwrite_newer": true
and also tried "preserve_modification_times" with all possible values but it doesn't seem to be working like DW!
robert.kent87 wrote:I'm confused. Does this allow me to browse through a remote directory on the sidebar like a local directory? Browse Server just seems to list the folders and let me navigate but only in a popup each time
OutThisLife wrote:It keeps crashing when uploading even more than 10 files on linux/Ubuntu.
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