I'm having problem with trivial remote development. I have a local and a remote Linux machine which I want to develop on. I want to access it simply over SSH (no gdb server or any other weird stuff) and I'm having problem with setting up the project.
I managed to setup the remote machine in the remote system explorer, but how do I setup a project? I simply want the exactly same setup that I use for local project, only not executed locally but on the remote system using ssh.
I am interested in this feature. Currently I am developing on remote linux machines using NX. There are a lot of performance issues. I would like to try create "remote" project from my windows local PC. I am planning to install RDT server.
Do people use this feature? Does it work? I would appreciate any comments.
Yes, I've come to the same conclusion after many hours of trial and error. NetBeans CND seems to be a ahead on this one. I''ve been using it for a while now and I can really recommend it.
Nevertheless, I believe that it would not require much effort to implement CDT remote development via SSH. I think the key would be a "path mapping feature": some way of telling CDT "my local path X:\devel corresponds to /usr/home/devel on the remote system". Then, this information will have to be used in all the appropriate places, i.e. for building, launching and debugging.