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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Sounds like you just reinvented efs [xemacs.org] angie-ftp [emacswiki.org] or tramp. [gnu.org]

    Or you can just go all the way. [sourceforge.net]

    • I've used tramp in the past. It's good, but loading stuff across ssh is just too slow because it sets up a new connection each time (and yes, I've tried fsh...still too slow.) Samba is *way* quicker. FTP suffers from the same problem. I've got a mac, so I can't try linux kernel madness, but I doubt it's fast enough. For crazy lack of speed since the finder can mount an FTP server in the past I've tried to use Filesys::Virtual::SSH [cpan.org] with POE::Component::Server::FTP [cpan.org] to make a FTP/SSH bridge so that I coul
    • I use a thing called cenotaph [sourceforge.net] that Matthias Neearcher wrote, and I ported to perl (it was initially a C++ server and perl client, now both ends in perl).

      You execute the client on the remote machine, with "ceno $filename". It opens the file on the server, your local machine, in your editor. How to open in your local editor is a matter for you to figure out; it's designed out of the box to work with BBEdit (and the command line bbedit(1)). I use ceno all the time.