atom-sync is an Atom package to sync files bidirectionally between remote host and local over ssh+rsync. Inspired by Sublime SFTP.
Edit Remote Config.
Sync Remote -> Local.
remote: host: "HOSTNAME", # server name or ip or ssh host abbr in .ssh/config user: "USERNAME", # ssh username path: "REMOTE_DIR" # e.g. /home/someone/somewhere behaviour: uploadOnSave: true # Upload every time you save a file syncDownOnOpen: true # Download every time you open a file forgetConsole: false # Never show console panel even while syncing autoHideConsole: true # Hide console automatically after 1.5s alwaysSyncAll: false # Sync all files and folders under the project \ # instead of syncing single file or folder option: deleteFiles: true # Delete files during syncing autoHideDelay: 1500 # Time delay to hide console exclude: [ # Excluding patterns '.sync-config.cson' '.git' 'node_modules' 'tmp' 'vendor' ] flags: 'avzpur' # Advanced option: rsync flags shell: 'ssh' trigger: # Triggers fire after uploading file successfully # which STARTS with following patterns "*": "uptime" # Wildcard trigger for any file uploaded "resources/scripts/coffee": [ # Any file under %PROJECT_ROOT%/resources/scripts/coffee \ # being uploaded will fire this trigger "echo Compile coffeescript to js ..." "coffee -b --output js/ --compile coffee/" "ls public/js/|xargs -I@ echo \\t@" # You can also pipe commands but don't \ # forget to escape special characters ] "resources/scripts/sass": [ "echo Compile sass to css ..." "sass --update resources/scripts/sass:public/css" ]
trigger: "*": [ "echo \'<span class=warning>Every time you\\'ll see me</span>\'" ] "coffee": [ "echo Compile coffeescript to js ..." "mkdir -p js" "coffee -b --output js/ --compile coffee/" "ls js/|xargs -I@ echo \\t@" ] "sass/style.sass": [ "echo Compile sass to css ..." "mkdir -p css" "sass --update sass:css" ]
l(Mac) Toggle log window
Sync Local -> Remotemanually after renaming and deleting files.
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