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Re: Remote debugging question [message #578078] Wed, 03 December 2008 20:39
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin OberhuberFriend
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Hi Richard,

this question should have gone to "" which is the
Newsgroup for RSE. I'm not sure what you mean by "Synchronize on Demand"
but I assume that you want to press a button to get modified files
downloaded (and only modified files).

RSE doesn't provide this out of the box, but will soon have it through a
Google Summer of Code contribution. Feel free to try it out: _of_RSE#Current_Status

If it were myself though, I guess I wouldn't employ RSE for the
synchronization but run rsync over ssh.

Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member

Richard Geddes wrote:
> Hi,
> Eclipse
> Version: 3.4.1
> Build id: M20080911-1700
> PDT Core Plugin: 2.0.0v2008103
> Xdebug 2.0.3
> I've set up PDT/Xdebug to debug an app on a remote server. To
> accomplish this, I basically start with a copy of the app on my local
> machine and then upload that app to the remote machine with RSE. When I
> make edits to the copies on the local machine I synchronize the app on
> the remote machine with the app on my local machine.
> Here's the problem:
> The app that I'm running modifies the contents within its directory
> tree, and as the app runs on the remote system(the server), its contents
> are changed. So my local app is out of sync with my remote app, but my
> local app is the one that should be updated.
> Is there any way of getting RSE, to sync from the server to the client
> on demand?
> Thanks
> R
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