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Sending commands to a remote shell [message #548736] Thu, 22 July 2010 18:47 Go to next message
jgrn307 is currently offline jgrn307
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I'm a bit of an eclipse noobie. Here's my issue -- I have code (BASH and R scripts) that I would like to send to a remote server that I've connected via ssh (currently I copy the text out of eclipse and paste it into a terminal window). The remote system explorer (shell) seems to only offer a single line at a time, and no ability to send blocks of code to the remote connection. Is there any way to accomplish this? I tend to do single-line tests when I'm programming, so I'd like to be able to easily do this within the Eclipse IDE. Thanks!

--j

P.S. I'm on a local Mac system but the remote system is Debian Linux.

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Re: Sending commands to a remote shell [message #548743 is a reply to message #548736] Thu, 22 July 2010 18:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell Bateman
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On 7/22/2010 12:47 PM, jgrn307 wrote:
> I'm a bit of an eclipse noobie. Here's my issue -- I have code (BASH
> and R scripts) that I would like to send to a remote server that I've
> connected via ssh (currently I copy the text out of eclipse and paste it
> into a terminal window). The remote system explorer (shell) seems to
> only offer a single line at a time, and no ability to send blocks of
> code to the remote connection. Is there any way to accomplish this? I
> tend to do single-line tests when I'm programming, so I'd like to be
> able to easily do this within the Eclipse IDE. Thanks!
>
> --j

Rig Subversion to accomplish this for you?
Re: Sending commands to a remote shell [message #548744 is a reply to message #548736] Thu, 22 July 2010 19:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse Webmaster is currently offline Eclipse Webmaster
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On 07/22/2010 02:47 PM, jgrn307 wrote:
> I'm a bit of an eclipse noobie. Here's my issue -- I have code (BASH
> and R scripts) that I would like to send to a remote server that I've
> connected via ssh (currently I copy the text out of eclipse and paste it
> into a terminal window). The remote system explorer (shell) seems to
> only offer a single line at a time, and no ability to send blocks of
> code to the remote connection. Is there any way to accomplish this? I
> tend to do single-line tests when I'm programming, so I'd like to be
> able to easily do this within the Eclipse IDE. Thanks!
>
> --j

The RSE has sscp capabilities... you could just scp the files to the remote.
Re: Sending commands to a remote shell [message #549369 is a reply to message #548736] Mon, 26 July 2010 14:13 Go to previous message
Eric Rizzo is currently offline Eric Rizzo
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Registered: July 2009
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On 7/22/10 2:47 PM, jgrn307 wrote:
> I'm a bit of an eclipse noobie. Here's my issue -- I have code (BASH
> and R scripts) that I would like to send to a remote server that I've
> connected via ssh (currently I copy the text out of eclipse and paste it
> into a terminal window). The remote system explorer (shell) seems to
> only offer a single line at a time, and no ability to send blocks of
> code to the remote connection. Is there any way to accomplish this? I
> tend to do single-line tests when I'm programming, so I'd like to be
> able to easily do this within the Eclipse IDE. Thanks!

Note that there is a forum group dedicated for discussions about the
DSDP project (where RSE resides). Find it on the main forums page, under
the heading "Eclipse Projects."

Hope this helps,
Eric
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