gpfsmurf wrote:Downloading files works now, just select a file, it'll download it in a temp folder and open it in sublime.
When you close the connection, all of the temp files will be deleted.
Changes are not propagated back to the server for now; I'm debating using "put" or "keepuptodate".
* put uploads files on demand, i.e. with a keybinding (or an onSave event?)
* keepuptodate will update the file on the server each time it is saved locally, just like it works in WinSCP's remote editing feature
PROCESS_TERMINATE = 1
handle = ctypes.windll.kernel32.OpenProcess(PROCESS_TERMINATE, False, pid)
myel wrote:one feature that would be very cool: set a subfolder of the remote server as an project mount point, so we can use sublimes project management features...
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