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Re: [ptp-dev] [cdt-dev] Screen-cast of Remote Project Prototype Demo
- From: Roland Schulz <roland@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 16:53:55 -0500
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Looks nice and it would be great to have remote support together with autotools support.
We already have two different remote project types in PTP. Besides the original RDT, which Chris described as a reply to your first mail, we also have the synchronized project type. While it is slower if one wants to only add a few remote files, it is often faster when editing many files and it works with several Eclipse plugins (e.g. Photran, PerformanceTools) which don't work with the original RDT.
In case you are not familiar with that solution you can find more information at:
As Chris mentioned to your original email: It might make sense to have a conference call and see how the different remote project types could be combined into a common framework to avoid duplicated effort and have a common user interface.
On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 4:01 PM, Jeff Johnston <jjohnstn@xxxxxxxxxx>
Now that we are all done with Indigo SR2 and Juno M5, I would like to
continue discussion of my prototype for supporting remote projects
directly in CDT via proxies for file and command access.
A picture paints a thousand words so I have put together a short
demonstration in ogg format that shows how the prototype works in
creating a remote Autotools C project using an RSE connection from my
laptop to my desktop. The code for the prototype has already been
posted in a bug. I have since verified in the bug that it is EPL and
that I have permission from my employer Red Hat to submit it.
The demo can be found in ogg form here:
If you are using a Windows system, you might need to use VLC to view it.
-- Jeff J. (Red Hat Inc)
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