Lance

Lance

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464 weeks ago @ Dented Reality - Mounting Remote Filesy... · 1 reply · +2 points

> which re-reads the folder on every focus

There's a plugin for that. :)

464 weeks ago @ Dented Reality - Mounting Remote Filesy... · 1 reply · +3 points

This seems like the new holy grail—I'm also searching for a good solution. Coda is mostly there but lacks the power and super user customization of TextMate or Sublime Text 2.

I've been using Transmit + TextMate mosty, and generally edit one file at a time (double-click in Transmit, opens in TextMate). I've started using vim more, though, since it's faster for the remote editing.

For a really complicated task, I often work locally and manage the files via SVN. Either commiting from local machine to the repo, or using Transmit to sync up, test on remote server, and then commit from remote server.

Transmit 4 has the volume mounting feature built-in now, but it's way to laggy for me to use it (I have a pretty slow internet connection). One annoying thing I did solve was where the project would become unresponsive when switching back to TextMate from another app; the ReMate plugin helped with that: http://ciaranwal.sh/remate/.

464 weeks ago @ Dented Reality - Mounting Remote Filesy... · 0 replies · +2 points

It's built into Transmit 4, no need to buy it.

470 weeks ago @ Dented Reality - Krav Maga Level 4 Test · 0 replies · +2 points

I feel tired. Congrats!

533 weeks ago @ Dented Reality - Proximity Detection on... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes, you do need to loop through open connections (servers), but don't need to loop through all the rooms within that connection.

533 weeks ago @ Dented Reality - Proximity Detection on... · 3 replies · +2 points

This looks awesome—thanks for posting it! Can't wait to try it.

A quick thought from looking at the code: doesn't setting your nickname in one Colloquy room do it in all of the open rooms? There shouldn't be the need for the loop through all the rooms.

You could also add in the /AWAY command to mark your user as away and fades your nick to a grey color in Colloquy. For example: /AWAY Back later.