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Edit over ftp [message #52225] Mon, 17 September 2007 13:54 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: fubarov.gmail.com

Will it be possible in 1.0 version of PDT to manage files/projects over
ftp?
Sorry if this has been discsussed, but i'm new here and look for Zend IDE
replacement and this is the only thing that still stops me to use eclipse
pdt...

Fubar
Re: Edit over ftp [message #52282 is a reply to message #52225] Mon, 17 September 2007 18:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: james.gnr-inc.com

Fubar Fubarov wrote:
> Will it be possible in 1.0 version of PDT to manage files/projects over
> ftp?
> Sorry if this has been discsussed, but i'm new here and look for Zend
> IDE replacement and this is the only thing that still stops me to use
> eclipse pdt...
>
> Fubar
>

You can try http://download.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/downloads/ and use RSE.

I personally use JCraft's SFTP plugin and create local projects.


James
Re: Edit over ftp [message #52386 is a reply to message #52225] Mon, 17 September 2007 20:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: joakim.astrocalc.com

I use the aptana plugin for this, it has a builtin ftp client and also a
very nice syncronize feature so it's quite easy to work locally with a
project and then just sync changes with your online site. In software
updates add a new remote site

Name: Aptana
URL: http://update.aptana.com/install/3.2/

There are several plugins in the Aptana Web development tools, I am not
sure in which the ftp is as I have them all installed. I am quite new to
eclipse as well but the aptana plugins are a nice collection.

You may like to look at their site www.aptana.com as well

/JS
Re: Edit over ftp [message #52469 is a reply to message #52282] Tue, 18 September 2007 09:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: fubarov.gmail.com

Thanks very much for the quick answers, i'll try all proposed methods, i
hope i like at least one of them.
Re: Edit over ftp [message #52575 is a reply to message #52282] Tue, 18 September 2007 13:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
elkuku is currently offline elkukuFriend
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James schrieb:
> Fubar Fubarov wrote:
>> Will it be possible in 1.0 version of PDT to manage files/projects over
>> ftp?
>> Sorry if this has been discsussed, but i'm new here and look for Zend
>> IDE replacement and this is the only thing that still stops me to use
>> eclipse pdt...
>>
>> Fubar
>>
>
> You can try http://download.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/downloads/ and use RSE.
>
> I personally use JCraft's SFTP plugin and create local projects.
>
>
> James

Thanks James for the link to RSE - very usefull.

I wonder what happened to the "FTP & WebDAV support" which has been part
of eclipse platform build, but has now been removed. I could not find
anything in the changelogs.

I also tried aptana.. very huge thing
Re: Edit over ftp [message #52653 is a reply to message #52575] Tue, 18 September 2007 14:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: james.gnr-inc.com

Nikolai Plath wrote:
> James schrieb:
>
> Thanks James for the link to RSE - very usefull.
>
> I wonder what happened to the "FTP & WebDAV support" which has been part
> of eclipse platform build, but has now been removed. I could not find
> anything in the changelogs.
>
> I also tried aptana.. very huge thing

JCraft's SFTP plugin (http://www.jcraft.com/eclipse-sftp/) is based on
FTP and WebDAV support.

The main difference that I see (in respect to this thread) is that RSE
lets you interact and edit files 'in place' on a Remote file system.
Where JCraft's, FTP and WebDAV make you edit a local copy and
synchronize the file with a remote file store.
Re: Edit over ftp [message #52866 is a reply to message #52386] Wed, 19 September 2007 07:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: jasmo.networks.fi

On Mon, 17 Sep 2007 23:21:31 +0300, joakim <joakim@astrocalc.com> wrote:

> I use the aptana plugin for this, it has a builtin ftp client and also a
> very nice syncronize feature so it's quite easy to work locally with a
> project and then just sync changes with your online site. In software
> updates add a new remote site
>
> Name: Aptana
> URL: http://update.aptana.com/install/3.2/
>
> There are several plugins in the Aptana Web development tools, I am not
> sure in which the ftp is as I have them all installed. I am quite new to
> eclipse as well but the aptana plugins are a nice collection.
>
> You may like to look at their site www.aptana.com as well
>
> /JS
>

Does this work with 3.3 Europa?

--
Jasmo Hiltula
http://blog.qkaasu.com
Re: Edit over ftp [message #52920 is a reply to message #52653] Wed, 19 September 2007 07:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: jasmo.networks.fi

On Tue, 18 Sep 2007 17:12:04 +0300, James <james@gnr-inc.com> wrote:

> Nikolai Plath wrote:
>> James schrieb:
>>
>> Thanks James for the link to RSE - very usefull.
>>
>> I wonder what happened to the "FTP & WebDAV support" which has been part
>> of eclipse platform build, but has now been removed. I could not find
>> anything in the changelogs.
>>
>> I also tried aptana.. very huge thing
>
> JCraft's SFTP plugin (http://www.jcraft.com/eclipse-sftp/) is based on
> FTP and WebDAV support.
>
> The main difference that I see (in respect to this thread) is that RSE
> lets you interact and edit files 'in place' on a Remote file system.
> Where JCraft's, FTP and WebDAV make you edit a local copy and
> synchronize the file with a remote file store.

Too bad SFTP plugin doesn't (like FTP and WebDAV before) allow you put any
filters or such a things to exporting list. If there's images or such on a
server, the plugin want's to synchronize them also. It's does not sound
like a big deal but after all, it starts to irritate me.

--
Jasmo Hiltula
http://blog.qkaasu.com
Re: Edit over ftp [message #53129 is a reply to message #52866] Wed, 19 September 2007 17:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: joakim.astrocalc.com

3.3 Europa is what I am running, so I guess so. However, I have just
noticed problems after an Aptana and PDT update, syncing of my site no
hangs and times out after a while. I don't know if it's because of the
updates, It might be something on my side as well. It has worked fine
until now though.
Re: Edit over ftp [message #53479 is a reply to message #53129] Thu, 20 September 2007 15:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: joakim.astrocalc.com

Well after some fiddling I replaced my pure-ftpd server in favor of
proftpd and now the Aptana ftp syncing works beautifully. It's a very
handy solution, I work locally and after testing and debugging I just sync
with the online site.
Re: Edit over ftp [message #60834 is a reply to message #53479] Sat, 10 November 2007 10:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: johnny___spma__.geling.chello.be

joakim wrote:
> Well after some fiddling I replaced my pure-ftpd server in favor of
> proftpd and now the Aptana ftp syncing works beautifully. It's a very
> handy solution, I work locally and after testing and debugging I just
> sync with the online site.
>

What is done with file you delete locally? Will it be removed on the
server at the next synchronization?

That is what I'm looking for. I always used the ftp/webdav feature for
remote ftp synchronization. But with Europe 3.3 I cannot get this
feature working properly. I even tried the 3.3M6 version of the ftp/webdav.

regards,
Johnny
Re: Edit over ftp [message #60841 is a reply to message #60834] Sun, 11 November 2007 09:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
elkuku is currently offline elkukuFriend
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I still use the "old" ftp/webdav feature in Eclipse Europe. It works ok
(like before)..
use the update site provided here:
http://www.jcraft.com/eclipse-sftp/

regards,
Nikolai

johnny geling schrieb:
> joakim wrote:
>> Well after some fiddling I replaced my pure-ftpd server in favor of
>> proftpd and now the Aptana ftp syncing works beautifully. It's a very
>> handy solution, I work locally and after testing and debugging I just
>> sync with the online site.
>>
>
> What is done with file you delete locally? Will it be removed on the
> server at the next synchronization?
>
> That is what I'm looking for. I always used the ftp/webdav feature for
> remote ftp synchronization. But with Europe 3.3 I cannot get this
> feature working properly. I even tried the 3.3M6 version of the ftp/webdav.
>
> regards,
> Johnny
Re: Edit over ftp [message #60873 is a reply to message #60841] Sun, 11 November 2007 15:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: johnny___spm
Re: Edit over ftp [message #60882 is a reply to message #60841] Sun, 11 November 2007 15:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: johnny___spm
Re: Edit over ftp [message #69757 is a reply to message #60882] Tue, 06 May 2008 14:10 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: stefan.urkman.de

Hello,

> Nikolai Plath said the following on 11-11-07 10:15:
>> I still use the "old" ftp/webdav feature in Eclipse Europe. It works ok
>> (like before)..
>> use the update site provided here:
>> http://www.jcraft.com/eclipse-sftp/
>>
>> regards,
>> Nikolai
>>
>> johnny geling schrieb:
>>> joakim wrote:
>>>> Well after some fiddling I replaced my pure-ftpd server in favor of
>>>> proftpd and now the Aptana ftp syncing works beautifully. It's a very
>>>> handy solution, I work locally and after testing and debugging I just
>>>> sync with the online site.
>>>>
>>> What is done with file you delete locally? Will it be removed on the
>>> server at the next synchronization?
>>>
>>> That is what I'm looking for. I always used the ftp/webdav feature for
>>> remote ftp synchronization. But with Europe 3.3 I cannot get this
>>> feature working properly. I even tried the 3.3M6 version of the ftp/webdav.
>>>
>>> regards,
>>> Johnny

> OK already solved. I had to enable it. The ftp/webdav was disabled

> johnny


I have the same Problem. I can't install the sftp PlugIn and I get the
same error.
What do you mean with "enable" the ftp/webdav PlugIn? And how did you
install the ftp/webdav PlugIn?

I'm working on a Mac...

Thanks and greetings,
Stefan Sturm
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