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Re: Using MacVim from Terminal

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  • Nico Weber
    Hi, ... you can use sshfs to mount a remote a remote ssh server as a local directory, and then run MacVim locally on your machine to edit these files. It s
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 16, 2009
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      Hi,

      On 14.03.2009, at 13:01, garfield wrote:

      > Hi, while this isn't necessarily a bug I have a question about using
      > MacVim as the editor from a tunnel. When I SSH to a server and want to
      > edit multiple files, is there a way I can edit them from the Terminal
      > in MacVim (and still open other files in the same directory
      > using :sp)? This would be very helpful, thank you!

      you can use sshfs to mount a remote a remote ssh server as a local
      directory, and then run MacVim locally on your machine to edit these
      files. It's been a while, but sshfs used to come with MacFUSE…perhaps
      it still does.

      Nico
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