|RSE remote shell functions [message #25557]
||Mon, 04 August 2008 13:57
Originally posted by: deniselynn21.comcast.net|
I'm working with an Eclipse RSE client on Windows to a server on AIX.
I've been working with features of the Remote Shell view and they are very
nice. My team likes that if you are in a directory and run ls, you can
then double click on a file in the results to bring it up in the editor
view or double click on a directory and the shell will cd to that
directory. I had a couple of questions though.
If am in directory /dir1/dir2/ and I type "ls /dir3/dir4/" in the command
line, the result of the ls can't be double clicked to open a file in the
editor view. Is there a reason why results outside the current directory
structure can't be opened from the Remote Shell?
Also, it would be great if I could cd around in the Remote Shell view and
when I find a directory I like, have a way to update the Remote Systems
view to show me that directory. Are there any plans for such a function?
|Re: RSE remote shell functions [message #576588 is a reply to message #25557]
||Wed, 06 August 2008 13:49
| Martin Oberhuber
Registered: July 2009
> file in the editor view. Is there a reason why results outside the |
> current directory structure can't be opened from the Remote Shell?
The function that loads files in the editor works only by parsing
the textual output of "ls" -- since that output only lists the
unqualified file names, RSE doesn't know where those files are.
If you do think that the textual output should be sufficient for
locating the files, this is likely a bug that's likely easy to
fix. File a bugzilla for it.
> Also, it would be great if I could cd around in the Remote Shell view
> and when I find a directory I like, have a way to update the Remote
> Systems view to show me that directory.
Nice idea, I propose that you file a bugzilla enhancement request
for this. And best provide a patch to implement it :-)
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