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Avoid latency while editing remote files using bcvi

Posted by: monkeyiq on July 11, 2008 02:21 PM
Of course, you can always use tramp or a local text editor that supports ssh, create the URL for ssh://foo@host/path and open it on the local machine. The major gain of using bcvi is that you can tell the local editor to open a file from the ssh session that is logged into the remote machine, using the relative path on the remote machine.

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