apm install remote-edittwo
remote-edit for atom.io
Atom package to browse and edit remote files using FTP and SFTP.
- Add FTP/SFTP hosts graphically (FTPS not supported at the moment)
- Supports password, key and agent authentication
- Browse files through a select list
- Automatically upload file on save
- Multi-window support (ie. server settings and downloaded files are serialized and accessible across multiple Atom windows)
- By default, all information is stored in cleartext to disk. This includes passwords and passphrases.
- Passwords and passphrases can alternatively be stored in the systems default keychain by enabling it in the settings page for remote-edit. This is achieved using node-keytar and might not work on all systems.
Shift+e Edit hosts. Usable when selecting hosts (Browse).
Shift+d Delete hosts or downloaded files. Usable when selecting hosts (Browse) or open files (Show open files).
Windows / Linux specific
Ctrl+Alt+b Select host.
Ctrl+Alt+o Show downloaded files.
Mac OS X specific
Ctrl+Cmd+b Select host.
Ctrl+Cmd+o Show downloaded files
Tips and tricks
### SSH auth with password fails On some sshd configuration (Mac OS X Mavericks), if PasswordAuthentication is not explicitly set to yes, ssh server will not allow non-interactive password authentication. See this issue for more in-depth information.
Agent authentication when using SSH
The package uses ssh2 to connect to ssh servers, and also use the default construct in this package to authenticate with an agent. On Windows, the agent will be set to “pageant”, otherwise it assumes a \ix system and uses “process.env[‘SSH_AUTH_SOCK’]” to get the agent. This can be overridden in the settings.
### Available commands
Add a new FTP host
Add a new SFTP host
Edit existing host
Show downloaded files