I'm looking for a way to do most my development on my Mac OSX Snow Leopard and a Linux Server, essentially using the same codebase except a single "Configuration" file which can be different on both machines.
I'm doing most of my work in HTML, making HTML templates preferrably using an HTML editor to make Django compatable Templates, with the ability to debug and test on my Laptop, then exporting the code (Hopefully through some automatic means) to the server, but after that, I'm going to want to Synch them.
Is this possible with JetBrains? If not, then how many JetBrains staff do I have to bribe to get them to add this incredibly awsome time saver. :-)
I'm very new to WebStorm and the Django-Python IDE, and why would I want to use your system over someone elses?
Also, is the demo version "crippled" or fully featured for 90 day trial?
1) Settings | Deployment -- set up your deployment configuration here (over network share / FTP / SFTP) and mark it as Default for this project.
2) Settings | Deployment | Options | Upload changed files automatically to the default server -- file will be copied over when saved. Also check other options here.
3) If you do not have constant connection between Mac client and Linux server .. you can use Right click in Project panel, then Deployment | Sync with Deployed ...
Trial is for 30 days with no limitations in functionality.
Thanx for the reply..... I'll have to study this some more, but I have somewhat of a learning disbility, and I need to start studying videos of it's actual use.
Will you be available via Skype or some other collaboration system to help me? Right now, I need to get to about 200 messages I have to read, so lets see if we can meet later... Am I to assume you are in E. Europe somewhere? Whats that? 10 hours difference?