Two questions on PyDev for Eclipse

Fabio Zadrozny fabioz at esss.com.br
Tue Sep 20 19:29:23 CEST 2005


Fabio Zadrozny wrote:

>Hi,
>
>for 2: as far as I know, eclipse must have 'local', or at least 
>'emulated' local access, so, if you have samba access, it should do what 
>you want.
>
>for 1... I use it a LOT without any problems for some really big 
>projects ( with about 2.000 python modules -- not counting the python 
>installation) -- but as I also develop it, so, I may be kind of 
>impartial ;-)
>  
>
I meant partial ;-)

>Cheers,
>
>Fabio
>
>Kenneth McDonald wrote:
>
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>
>>The first is general; what are users' experience with PyDev for  
>>Eclipse. It looks pretty good to me right now, but I've only started  
>>playing with it. Converting to Eclipse is a major effort, and if  
>>there are problems which would prevent pydev from being useful right  
>>now, I'd certainly appreciate knowing about them.
>>
>>The second question is specific; is it possible to use Eclipse to  
>>edit a remote file, i.e. through SFTP or something equivalent? My  
>>current (limited) understanding of Eclipse is that it maintains an on- 
>>disk directory of files in a project. Unfortunately, for what I'm  
>>doing, a fair number of the files (mostly Python files) I'm editing  
>>are on a remote server, so whatever editor I use, the ability to edit  
>>remote files would be a big help.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Ken
>> 
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